ABV: 40% ABV
Age: 6 Years
Nose: Toffee, faint fruitiness, bitter plastic, vine fruit, molasses. Really effervescent fruitiness
Taste: Thin mouthfeel, vine fruit, some astringency / plastic, clove and pepper with some artificial spice. Grapes, pear, clove, syrupy molasses. Real lack of heat.
Finish: Finish: Short, no heat. Faintly syrupy, apple peel, pepper. Faint bitterness but very muted. Overall sweet and fruity. Raisin note like raisin bread
Overall: verall: : Overall: it reminds me a lot of the courvosier I had some time ago. my guess is that its a grape based product thats relatively young and bottled at 40-43% ABV. That amount of fruitiness can only be a grape based distillate or maybe a light light dosed guyana rum but Im saying brandy. Not experienced enough to guess a brand but assuming 4-6years, 40-43% ABV. If its rum, its super light and vibrant, but I dont think it is. The fruit lingers way too much.
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