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Maidenii Nocturne Amer (750ml)
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- ABV 21.5%
This is Maidenii's super premium line of "Amaro", a more intense digestif to act as counterpoint to their current line of Apertifs. Extremely limited stocks.Tasting note: [2016 edition / taken from a 30ml sample] Pale, slightly cloudy salmon pink / autumn leaf orange. Pure and intense aromas of pink grapefruit and a gently bitter medley of fresh herbal notes; just as complex in the mouth, and seamlessly integrated, this ups the bitterness on last year's release and manages to linger even longer in the aftertaste. An impressive follow up. 21.5% Alc./Vol. [2015 edition / taken from a 30ml sample] Cloudy / translucent autumn leaf brown with fine sediment. Aromas of grapefruit / plum / pepper / curry leaf? Entry is dried herb-like yet fruity building with prune, sweet spice and lively acidity. Finish adds an superb bitter-herb power wave. Ends delicately bitter, grapefruit-like and long. 93 points 21.5% Alc./Vol. Other reviews... My “wine” of the weekend, though, was Nocturne, a new amaro (or bitter fortified digestif liqueur) from Victorian vermouth producer Maidenii. This incredibly complex, startlingly original drink started life as a barrel-aged rose, with layers of flavour then built up through additions of botanicals such as quandong, pepper, munthurri berries and black truffle, and a mouth-hugging bitterness provided by gentian and angelica. It’s very limited — just one barrel, or 300 bottles of this first release were produced... it’s one of the most remarkable fluids to have flowed across my tongue all year. - Max Allen