Kavalan Solist Amontillado Sherry Single Cask Strength
Color: Rich auburn. Nose: Very rich and fruity. Good sweetness with notes of walnut and almond. Slight toffee and a touch of oak. Palate: More exotic and soft sherry with a hint of caramel. The finish is gently long with nuts and pepperiness. Tasting: We suggest drinking Kavalan Solist Amontillado Cask neat. It is also perfect with ice cream.
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