Despite the fact we are not (the) Spanish Beer Sisters, we are indeed (the) Spanish Wine Sisters, we could not miss the chance of tasting some premium and handcrafted beers from all around the world (that we can actually find easily in our city)
In this first experience Nuria would highlight as her favourite is Ambar Caesar Augusta (from Zaragoza, Spain) and Virginia will go for Pacífico (México). There’s no accounting for taste. The bottles were indeed original and were worth tasting them.
Our tasting notes as follows
Carmen.Handcrafted beer. 4,8% vol. Madrid. Spain.
Gold colour a bit turbid. Barley, caramel, apple and wafer aromas. In the palate is salightly bitter with a bit sweetness touch, easy and nice. Also tastes with toasted notes and chestnut.
Rosita Original. 5.5% vol. Tarragona.
Honey yellow colour. Turbid. Cereal with touch of honey and chamomile notes in the nose. In the palate is less bitter, light, bitter touch in the end. It is smoother than than Carmen Beer but also is more simple and less complex.
Cerveza Pacífico. Clara. Mexico. 33 cl. 5,5% vol.
Wasabi and “bitter” aromas. Gold yellow colour with citrus and salty notes in the nose.
In the palate is smooth almost with no bitterness and a bit salty. To Virginia’s palate is better than Spanish beers.
Kirin Ichiban Premium. 5,0% vol. Japan. Bottled in Germany.
Bright gold yellow colour. Clean. In the nose attacks with cereals with touch of lemon and sweet touch.
In the palate is bitter and sweet, salty and with toasted notes.
Ambar Caesar Augusta. 5,2%vol. Zaragoza. Spain.
Straw gold yellow colour, turbid. Spicy and roses aromas. Very nice in the nose.
In the palate tastes like tropical banana with a salty and just-the-right bitterness aftertaste.
Benidiktiner. Weissbier, 500 ml. Alcohol free.
Turbid gold colour. Cereal and wildflower aromas.
In the palate is like drinking a cereal juice. Like your cereal and milk breakfast.
Dark beer Kozel. 3,8%vol. 500 ml. Czec Republik.
Mahogany colour. Not very intense in the nose, a bit of toasted and salty notes.
In the palate is very smooth with a bit bitter but very well-balanced. A bit bland.
Wheteher you believe it or not this is not our first beer tasting experience, some time ago we had the chance to taste another two from Rioja – click here to read about it.
And talking about beers, is there any beer would you recommend us? Thank you for your comment.
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