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  Alpestre, Distilleria San Giuseppe (Italy)

Alpestre

Distilleria San Giuseppe (Italy)

Piedmont
Distilled herbs and officinal plants
Distillate Distillate Score: ✧✧✧✧

Piedmont
Brilliant golden yellow, limpid and crystalline.

Intense, clean, pleasing and refined with aromas of thyme, chamomile, lavender, balm, mint, sage, fennel and honey, with almost imperceptible alcohol pungency.

Intense flavors with perceptible alcohol pungency which tends to dissolve rapidly, pleasing sweetness and roundness.

Persistent finish with flavors of thyme, sage, chamomile and honey.

Distilled herbs and officinal plants.


Alcohol: 44% 14 °C
(57 °F)

October 2019


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