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Hugely flavoursome Raspberry Brandy from St. George Spirits, who have been making eau-de-vie in California since 1982. As champions of the American craft distilling movement, you can bet your bottom dollar than their Raspberry Brandy will knock your dang socks off, with its superbly vivid flavour profile. Splash it in a cocktail that desires a burst of berry goodness or enjoy and savour it neat as a sweet digestif. Glorious. Now pick those dang socks that were knocked off! It's rude to leave them laying everywhere.
Nose: Gorgeously jammy, and not just regular jam, oh no! This is the proper farmhouse jam with all the pips and chunks of raspberry and a Gingham lid.
Palate: On the palate, it's all about those fresh raspberries, ripe and fragrant. It's almost a bit funky like the St. George California Agricole Rum.
Finish: Lasting with red berries and minty freshness.
Overall: Vibrant and sweet without any sharp notes. Top quality Raspberry Brandy.
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Mine is fresh, vibrant, with a massive raspberry-jam nose - licks of fresh raspberry on the palate, with just enough 'funk' to let us know that we're not in flavoured vodka territory here.
19th December 2016
The Raspberry brandy has a poor taste and limited appeal. For the true raspberry flavor it is easier to go with the St. George Raspberry Liqueur, which is exceptional for dessert. As far as the price, I live near the distillery, and all the bottles there cost $35, I am not sure why this one is at this particular price point here. But the price isn't an indication of the quality, but the taste is poor in comparison to the raspberry liqueur.
22nd December 2015
Embarasingly musty and off putting. Doubt it was merely a batch variation. Sorry, but European offerings like Mette and Massenez appear more competent. And less ostentatious in their pricing.
19th January 2015
Received a bottle of this brandy and it was plain old awful. Overwhelming smell and taste of corn liquor without any raspberry smell or taste. I would have rated it a zero but it wouldn't go that low.
25th December 2014