Bodegas Barón / Bodegas Barón

Soluqua Manzanilla Pasada Review

Soluqua Manzanilla Pasada I’ve been drinking whisky, including sherried whiskies for over 20 years but i’ve never really had sherry on it’s own other than a wee glass of Oloroso at a Highland Park tasting.

As part of the Sherrynotes (@sherrynotes) www.sherrynotes.com #SherryTT twitter tasting this Soluqua Manzanilla Pasada was the first Sherry of the evening

Some of the others got this much saltier on the nose than i did, maybe it’s just something i don’t pick up too well, it’s very drinkable, even for a sherry novice like me.

Thanks to Sherrynotes (@sherrynotes) www.sherrynotes.com for including me on this tasting.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Butterscotch and Carob covered raisins, syrupy, maple wood, cherry bakewells, salty cashew nuts and salted caramel

Palate

quite tarte for me, “soor plooms”, then it goes sweet then dry, i was expecting saltier

Finish

dry and short

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Soluqua Manzanilla Pasada
Age: 10
ABV: 15.00
Distiller: Bodegas Barón
Bottler: Bodegas Barón
Type: Sherry
From: Spain, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 03/11/2015 by Tom



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