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Asbach Uralt

(70cl, 38.0%)
Asbach Uralt
$31.69
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(6 Reviews)
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Asbach Uralt Bottling Note

Asbach Uralt is a German grape brandy aged for up to 3 years in Limousin oak casks. Very fruity in character, tangy.

Now relaunched as Asbach Original 3 Year Old.

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User Reviews of the Asbach Uralt

Only Brandy I drink.

I started drinking this after my father told me to try it. Luckily my local liquor store carries it and I was able to get a bottle for about $29. It has a very strong distinct fruity caramel nose and a silky smooth mouthfeel. I've not been able to find a better brandy.

6th April 2016

Convert

I am not a Brandy drinker, but after visiting the distillery in Rüdesheim I bought the Brandy. It is unbelievably smooth and so far I have had it neat, with a mixer and in coffee. I am now looking to order more.

11th October 2014

Asbach Uralt, 08.08 on bottle

We were gifted a bottle of the 'cheap' stuff. It was really lovely. I don't like brandy as a rule, but this was 'top hole'for me! I just worked out its age and it was in fact older than 3years, more like eight. I don't have 'cheap' taste buds!

4th February 2014

You Need To Taste The Better Stuff

My bad - forgot to add a star rating!! Five stars for the 15 and 21 y/o brands. 3 to 4 star for the "cheap" stuff.

1st December 2013

You Need To Taste The Better Stuff

Asbach Uralt, the 3 y/o stuff that is exported, is adequate. You should, however, taste the 15 y/o and the 21 y/o labels that are only available in Germany. There is a huge difference between them. I've been drinking the various ages for years, and while the exported label is OK, the 15 y/o is superb in comparison, and the 21 y/o is positively magnificent! Just returned from a trip to Germany, and I brought back as many bottles of the good stuff as I could!!

1st December 2013

Not a fan

Tried it for the first time after a wine tasting along the Rhine River, very popular over here in germany, but its just bitter and cheap tasting, probably the worst brandy i've tasted. fine for mixing

19th April 2013

Ian

Asbach is probably one of the best brandies I have had.

Perhaps lesser known, it is well worth a try, and knocks spots of many of the French ones.

21st December 2012

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