Tasting Note: Notes: This is a Eau de Vie (more specifically a Kirsch) made from cherries from Germany's famous Black Forest and distilled in copper pot stills in small batches. It does not use bulk ethanol and chemical flavors like some (O.K., most) of its competitors. It uses a much more true (but expensive) process requiring about 10 kilos (22 pounds) of cherries for each bottle, and is from a traditional area of production. Appearance: Clear bright, no impurities whatsoever, on swirling it leaves a thick clear coat on the inside of the glass, shows some legs, then crinkly edges turning to a batch of small droplets. If it did anything else we would suspect some sort of chemical enhancement to add body. First Impression: Luscious deep cherry, it has that wonderful, very specific smell that only comes from black cherries from the Black Forest - a depth and complexity other cherry brandies usually lack. Taste: The bouquet is a wonderful prelude to the follow though- the actual taste. This Kisrchwass Score - 9 (out of 10). (Chris Carlsson, spiritsreview.com, Undated)
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