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Romate Cardenal Cisneros Pedro Ximénez

(75cl, 18%)

Romate Cardenal Cisneros Pedro Ximénez

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Romate Cardenal Cisneros Bottling Note

A lovely sweet Pedro Ximénez from Sanchez Romate. This is made by drying the grapes on esparto grass mats for 1 1/2 to 3 weeks. This increases the sugar concentration. Cardenal Cisneros is aged for over 15 years in oak casks and it's delicious as a digestif!

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Romate Cardenal Cisneros Pedro Ximénez Reviews

Deffo going to try

I love most but not all Pedro Ximénez finished whiskies and rums and love that sweet zing you have on the finishes on these tipples. I have come to the conclusion that since I love these type of finishes (only Pedro Ximénez sherried finished) and usually not any other sherried finished drams I have to buy a bottle of Pedro Ximénez and may be add a little extra to my drams to kick up the zing a notch or two as I'm guessing this is a sweet and sticky style sherry and can even use it to cook with so I will let you Master Of Malt and anyone else know how my endeavours goes and wether it has done what I intended it to do or wether it's just a tipple on its own but I do know how to cook with it but may be that's for a different website ! So cross your fingers and wish me luck !!!

27th February 2015

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