Singani 63 Brandy

Singani 63 Brandy

(0.75l, 40%)


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$30.99
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Meet Singani 63 — a unique and fresh Eau d’Vie and the national drink of Bolivia.

Steven Soderbergh is a super-famous movie director. His films have grossed more than $2.2 billion dollars and won numerous awards, including Golden Globes, Academy Awards, and Palm ‘dOr at the Cannes File Festival. Well, he has started a side business — Steven Soderbergh Adventures — whose purpose is “to identify the exceptional in all areas of human endeavor.” Well, during a production party in Spain for one of his films, their Bolivian casting director brought a bottle of something special to the party and ignited a new passion.

Have you ever heard of Singani? We’re guessing you haven’t. But Singani is the national beverage of Bolivia and it’s been made exclusively from the distilled juice of Muscat d’Alexandria grapes grown at al altitude of over a mile since approximately 1530 — nearly 500 years. It’s fermented using natural yeasts and distilled by a local farm to bottle producer of Singani in Bolivia called Casa Real. And although Soderbergh resists the classification, Singani 63 is officially an un-aged Brandy or Eau d’Vie with a very distinctive flavor profile.

Smartass corner:
The famous director Steven Soderbergh is the first to bring this Spirit to market outside for Bolivia. He continues his personal quest to have Singani recognized as a unique Spirit category unto itself.
  • Category
  • Style
    Brandy
  • Country
    Bolivia
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery
    Casa Real

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dried fruit
sweet
grape
spicy notes
white pepper
dry
oak
floral
cherry
What does Singani 63 Brandy taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Singani 63 Brandy and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

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Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals, they were and are still considered as medicine.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is a light perfume of florals and grape must.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
It smells sweeter than it tastes with a balanced acidity and notes of mountain meadow flowers, white pepper, and a fresh “green” essence.

Finish
The finish is short, light, and clean.

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Ratings & Reviews
Ricardo
Ricardo,
Very pleasant to drink neat, on the rocks or mixed. My preference as Chuflay (Ice, Ginger Ale, Singani and Lime), or with any fruit mixer.
 
Elisabeth
Elisabeth,
On my third bottle. Singani 63 with fresh limeade over ice is undeniably good.
 
Umesh
Umesh,
Hated After Taste !!.
 
Donald
Donald,
no really any better than other brandies a bit of a different flavor but not really great and I bought two bottles because of the reviews guess now I will be gifting one
 
Jeffrey
Jeffrey,
did not enjoy
 
Rob
Rob,
Floral nose, unique flavor
 
Alphonso
Alphonso,
Very mountains fresh. Not my cup of tea. Unique taste.
 
Gwendolyn
Gwendolyn,
Hated it.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Weird light...vegetal(?) flavor. The aroma is much stronger and kind of interesting. The flavor is pretty muted. 5 stars for interesting...2 stars for how much I wanted to drink it again.
 
Tammas
Tammas,
Like paint thinner!
 
Paul
Paul,
Hate it - tastes like moonshine made with rice
 
Steve
Steve,
Love this stuff. Not a traditional brandy taste by any means, very floral almost has a lavender flavor with some other herbal notes thrown in, and underneath it all you can taste the fruit, still. Love it!
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Very odd floral flavor, I was expecting a Brandy, which this clearly is not and it should not be labeled as such. That said, it definitely needs to be served COLD and mixing would probably elevate it more.
 
Steve
Steve,
Never had anything like this. It reminds me of the white scuppernongs I used to pick from my grandparents' yard when I was a kid. Definitely worth a try! I will buy it again.
 
Elisabeth
Elisabeth,
First taste was room temp up: smooth, but did taste a bit of the hairspray character someone else commented on. Not a brandy I’d choose to drink straight. Then I added about the same amount of room temp black cherry sparkling water & became delightful. Over ice w 7Up- (2 parts 7/1 part Singani) everyone liked it. Singani 63 & 7 on the rocks was refreshing & left a nice warm after glow. I think it will be fun to play with this one.
 
Jesus
Jesus,
Very smooth Singani - the spirit of choice in Bolivia. Normally difficult to obtain in the US. It is usually enjoyed with Lemon Lime or Grapefruit soda for a refreshing drink that you can’t put down.
 
Julie
Julie,
Crisp and clean, perfect after dinner drink.
 
russ
russ,
Nice aroma and a pop of sweet spice Not a brandy guy but might add to collection for a different flavor
 
Sam
Sam,
Very solid brandy, a good mix of sweet and spicy. Very good when paired with chocolate.
 
Emily
Emily,
This tasted like a bottle of liquor mixed with one of my hair products. Guess I'm not a big brandy fan.
 
Philip
Philip,
This is the first Bolivian brandy I’ve had and it’s great! Very smooth and has a sweet aftertaste. Highly recommended
 
Jamie
Jamie,
Not what I thought. Good news I still have the majority left.
 
Alexa
Alexa,
Citrusy, warm with a little bit of a bite.
 
Angela
Angela,
Nice fruity flavor, but too much floral notes on the finish.
 
Antti
Antti,
It is an intense, un-aged Brandy that has a bold & aromatic birth; while a dry & balanced life leads to a quick & delicate death with hints of oak & cherry.
 
Kathryn
Kathryn,
Seemed quite abrasive to me at the front, I did like the lingering warmth but very difficult for me to drink.
 
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