Fundador Solera 70cl

Spanish Brandy • 70cl • 36%
Product details
Fundador Solera
In stock, get it tomorrow (Wed)
Country Spanish Brandy
Distillery/Brand Fundador

Fundador Solera

Produced by the best-selling Spanish brandy house, Fundador's Solera Reserva is distilled from Airen and Palomino grapes before maturation in a sherry-soaked Solera system...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Rich spice and brandy butter. Hints of fruitcake and dried apricot. Pepper.

Palate Thick, creamy palate with Christmas pudding, vanilla custard, baked apples and spice.

Finish Medium finish with lingering apricot and spice.

Overall A medium-bodied, spicy brandy from Spain.

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Reviews for Fundador Solera
The best cfrom Pedro Domecque
It's wonderful the best drink I ever had in Spain. I was a Remy Martin fan until I discovered Fundador It's Cheap, It's Rubbish and It's fantastic.
Nick H , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Very different- worth the buy for something different
To be fair, I must tell you that I am a distiller that makes mostly whisky and a couple puncheons of brandy every year. Most of what I drink that isn't my own is Cognac. That said, FSR is not for everyone. It is different. If you are expecting a French VS or VSOP, then you will be disappointed. This particular brandy uses different grapes and a different ageing system. It's got that telltale fruitcake nose, but with a slight pungency that I promise you won't expect. When this Spanish spirit hits your tongue you are soon greeted with a taste reminiscent of sulphur. This fades into spice and then quickly overpowered by some fruity grape, black cherry, and apricot flavors. On first sip I actually hated it. By about the third and fourth I admit that it wasn't so bad. I think the variance in my expectations of brandy and spirits were not met. This is different- not in the "I've been drinking Pappy Van Winkle and I just tried some rot-gut Kentucky Gentleman", but more like I've been drinking Eagle Rare and had sip of Bookers". Neither are bad whiskies, just wildly different. I bought a bottle of Fundador Solera Reserve for about 25 bucks and it was worth it. Is it going to be a daily nip? Definitely not. Is it something that I want to keep around and show to my friends when I want to look sophisticated in my knowledge of booze? You damn right it is. Gracias.
White Mule D , United States
6 years ago
fudador brandy
Coming from a holiday in Tenerife we bought a bottle of Fundador and after tasting and enjoying it we are looking to buy more.
Master of Malt Customer
10 years ago