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I have had this a fair few times now and it is great and really versatile, it's great cold on a summers day or at room temperature as an aperitif in winter just as described in the blurb which is spot on. It's like a slightly sweet brandy, and has great dried fruit, honey, grape notes... it's awesome
14th August 2014