Seven Stills Frambooze Whiskey

Seven Stills Frambooze Whiskey

(0.375l, 47%)


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Breathtaking and insanely limited brews booze.

Zee Germans have been making hard stuff from lager for ages and call it “Bierschnaps”, and America is now in the middle of a frenzy making booze from brews. Whiskey and Beer have the same inception: fermenting grain, but their paths then diverge. What these mad scientists are doing now is using finished beer when making Whiskey, and the result is as exciting as it sounds.

Tim Obert and Clint Potter from San Francisco are among those crafty fellas and they produce top-notch Beer-based Whiskey called Seven Stills. One of their creations is Frambooze Whiskey, whose base is Framboise from San Luis Libertine Brewery. They mature it in new American oak casks and finish it in Framboise barrels with raspberry. The concoction is a delightful and fruity Whiskey worth your attention. Beware, however, this bad boy is ridiculously exclusive – only 330 bottles are available!
  • Category
  • Style
    Blended American Whiskey
  • Region
    California
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    47%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS

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raspberry
nutty
walnuts
dark chocolate
sour
sweet
beer
grain
fruit
What does Seven Stills Frambooze Whiskey taste like?

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Rye Whiskey is made from mash that is at least 51 per cent rye. The grain gives rye Whiskey its spicy, sometimes peppery, and bitter flavour. Rye was a big seller before Prohibition. After decades in obscurity, it’s fashionable again. George Washington distilled rye Whiskey at Mount Vernon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Auburn.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Berry-forward on the nose with nutty notes.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
A harmony of raspberry sweetness and beer sourness with notes of dark chocolate and walnuts.

Finish
Sweet and lingering.
Ratings & Reviews
Keith
Keith,
Liked the smell and fruit flavor, enjoyed it as a sipping whiskey.
 
Jeffrey
Jeffrey,
This was a decent drink. The aroma and fruity notes were excellent. However, the bourbon was not smooth and the beer finish was too strong and harsh on the palate. It was good with a mixer but not a stand alone sipper.
 
Benjamin
Benjamin,
I have to agree with Marc. This Bourbon had a great aroma, and excellent opening flavor. But this finish was disappointing, it lacked the smoothness of a more mature bourbon and the flavor profile was too overpowering for my attempt on a traditional sour. This was a fun bourbon for tasting, and sharing something different with friends, especially over desert.
 
Donald
Donald,
A little tart as described but excellent taste with a touch of ice.
 
Marc
Marc,
Immediately I was hit with youth. This needed more finishing time to soften the edges, but with 7-9 drops of water, it rounds out the astringent edge and the flavors of a mid shelf bourbon are elevated to higher level with the fresh notes from the raspberries. Haven't attempted mixing it yet, as I can't see the flavor standing out in any traditional bourbon cocktails
 
G
G,
Readily drinkable; but, I thought it was a bit harsh on the tongue. The raspberry was not overwhelming but noticeable and added something a little different.
 
Ken
Ken,
DESCENT WHISKEY WITH A NEW FLAVIAR.
 
Jeff
Jeff,
Interesting finish and loaded with flavor. Has a little spice I didn’t expect
 
Grant
Grant,
Kinda skunky
 
John
John,
It had a light sent of raspberry. The taste was like an ashtray. But light also. I didn't like it.
 
Mike
Mike,
Not good
 
Jamie
Jamie,
Not sure what I was expecting here, but the Frambois totally overpowers the whiskey, and the result is like drinking an unpleasant beer.
 
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