Empirical The Plum I Suppose

50cl

A rather unique floral spirit from Empirical Spirits, inspired by a line from Robert Frost's poem "The Rose Family", Made from a combination of pilsner malt, pearl barley, and koji, using dried plum kernels and marigolds as botanicals. The result is a delicate spirit with notes of toasted almonds, marzipan, and sweet summer flowers.

  • €62.00
Empirical The Plum I Suppose

A rather unique floral spirit from Empirical Spirits, inspired by a line from Robert Frost's poem "The Rose Family", Made from a combination of pilsner malt, pearl barley, and koji, using dried plum kernels and marigolds as botanicals. The result is a delicate spirit with notes of toasted almonds, marzipan, and sweet summer flowers.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Taste Dry flaked almond with a hint of cherry Bakewell, soft cardamom spiciness, a whiff of fresh spring blossom.
Fact Sheet
Fluid 50cl
Alcohol % 32%
Country Denmark
Producer Empirical Spirits

Tags: Empirical, The Plum I Suppose, Denmark, Empirical Spirits, World spirits, botanicals