Lua Licor de Café

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alc./vol:
30%

Proof:
60°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
No age statement

Closure: Natural cork stopper

Product of: Product of Spain Spain


The Ribeiro winery in north west Spain distils a Marc de Galicia from native grape varieties, mostly Treixadura, and flavours it with Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee from the Wallenford Estate. Each individually numbered bottle is boxed with a certificate of authenticity.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 27/03/2012

Appearance

(bottle No. 4278, emnotellado: 14/05/2010, elaboración IX) Clear, dark, strong coffee-coloured.

Aroma

Pungent, strong espresso coffee - so heavily roasted that it smells slightly burnt. Spicy woody alcohol, dark chocolate and faint cigar smoke.

Taste

Velvety, slightly sweet but balanced by bitter intense coffee, brewed to wake the dead. Bitter chocolate and mild spice with dry charcoal. Fabulous. Enjoy on the rocks or shake and serve straight-up as a pre-mixed Espresso that takes no prisoners.

Aftertaste

Big, long finish with lingering coffee, chocolate and lightly spiced vanilla.

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