Coppersea Pear Eau de Vie (375ml) (Previously $55)

SKU #1254342 90 points Wine Enthusiast

 This is reminiscent of rustic tarts. The pear fragrance features a robust malty note, and the flavor is warm, showing baked pear and cinnamon heat that seems to gather strength. The finish is exceedingly long and slightly perfumy. (KN)  (12/2014)

K&L Notes

Coppersea is a small farm distillery located in New York's Hudson Valley that uses only 100% locally sourced ingredients to produce its incredible spirits. Whereas we've seen similarly minded micro-distillers in the market before, never have we tasted spirits quite this phenomenal from a distillery doing everything by hand. 100% of their malting is done in-house using the traditional floor-malting method. The fruit eau de vies from Coppersea are nothing short of astonishing.

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