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Spanish Oak

Spanish Oak Brandy is known for its skilled making and careful attention to detail. This brandy comes from the Pedro Ximenez grape. It has two types: Original and Reserva.

The Spanish Oak Original Brandy

This brandy ages for 15 months. It starts with distilling Pedro Ximenez grapes. This makes a young, fruity wine. Then, it ages in American Oak barrels. These barrels were used for Oloroso wine from Montilla. They use the Solera method. The brandy is a rich mahogany colour and medium to dark shade. It smells of walnuts and dried fruits. It tastes smooth and supple. When you drink it, you taste almonds and oak. It also has a velvety feel. The finish has elegant hints of caramelised oak and raisin.

The Spanish Oak Reserva

The Reserva is aged longer, for five years. It also uses Pedro Ximenez grapes. These grapes are dried into raisins. They do this at the end of summer for about ten days. This drying makes the grapes' sugars, smells, and tastes stronger. This process is special to the D.O. Montilla - Moriles. It makes the brandy exclusive. The Reserva is like the Original. It has a rich mahogany colour. It smells of nuts, plums, and raisins. The taste is smooth. It has notes of almonds and oak. It also feels velvety. It finishes with caramelised oak and a lasting dried fruit note.

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