Macchu Pisco

—VINTAGES#: 524413
Macchu Pisco
Appearance: Perfect clarity, bright. Light coating on the glass when you swirl it, scalloped edges, then long legs, then finally droplets forming. First Impression: Very wine grape smelling, hint of grapefruits, berries, savory notes on nosing. Taste: Nice oily entry with slight bite when drinking straight (as opposed to throat clutching, coughing etc., with the cheaper stuff). Nicely weighted body to it, with a slightly buttery mouth feel, nice tingle on the tongue. Savory, lime salt, brine, oily, grassy, some oak, pepper, lingering notes of tobacco (?). Some almost dry but creamy almond paste notes (think almond paste/marzipan without all the sugar). A bit similar to a grape version of a really good highland tequila in terms of the savory and mineral components. With a slightly buttery nut type of finish. Final Thoughts: Highly recommended and may just be one of the best piscos we have had - and that's saying a lot! Score - 10 (out of 10). (Chris Carlsson, spiritsreview.com)
$45.95

Product Details

Release Date:
July 7, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
40.0%
Made in:
Peru
By:
Macchu Pisco Llc

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