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Pisco ABA 50cl

Tasted: Mar 2011

Double distilled (in copper pot stills) clear spirit made from Muscat

Soft and full aromas which have a sort of fluffy/ starchy/ milky character. Hints of lime, grape, angelica and rose petals make for an interesting nose. With time some soft spice notes develop.

The palate is like the nose suggests soft and full with a distinctly creamy mouth feel, which with time becomes more milkier. The soft spice and rose petal notes build pleasantly, leading into a refreshing lime infused finish. Right at the end the Muscat grape does put in a peachy appearance in the after taste.

Pisco ABA 50cl

Re-Tasted: Oct 2013

Double distilled (in copper pot stills) clear spirit made from Muscat

A slightly perfumed nose of fleshy apricot and peach with hints of straw, vanilla and rose petals along with a slight nuttiness.

The palate opens with a touch of soft, white fruit, peach and straw. Gently perfumed and earthy with hints of nuts and white liquorice. Good intensity and fleshiness with a touch of marc-like rose petals on the finish and quite a spicy after-taste.

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