1963 Feist colheita

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1963 Feist colheita

Post by jdaw1 » 05:39 Fri 04 Jan 2008

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1963 Feist colheita

Post by jdaw1 » 06:09 Fri 04 Jan 2008

Rather cloudy. Initially nosing of artificial lemon, and very burnt, though Jeff said “grass†. Later I found aniseed—maybe Pernod. To taste sharo acidity, thought not in an off way. Jeff found “garlic curry†. Toppings-up of the glass were accompanied by a light bottle stink that blew away after twenty minutes.

My fourth favourite of the evening, which for the second-most expensive, does not speak of value.

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Re: 1963 Feist colheita

Post by AHB » 13:56 Fri 04 Jan 2008

jdaw1 wrote:...sharo acidity...
Julian,

"sharo acidity" is a term I'm not familar with. Can you explain?

Thanks

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Re: 1963 Feist colheita

Post by jdaw1 » 14:54 Fri 04 Jan 2008

jdaw1 wrote:sharo acidity
It’s “sharp acidity†, as typed after a Colheitathon.

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Post by AHB » 15:15 Fri 04 Jan 2008

:lol:
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