Empirical Spirits 'The Plum, I Suppose'
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Inspired by the Robert Frost poem, “The Rose Family”, this delightful spirit pays homage to the humble plum (a relative of the rose, which is the more celebrated plant because of its beauty.) This spirit eschews the blossom in favor of the fruit and seed, and is thus based on the dried inner plum kernel, which has a scent and flavor similar to almonds. ‘The Plum, I Suppose’ has bright floral marzipan notes and a light, nuanced sweetness that remains delicate and refreshing. Keep refrigerated after opening.
About Empirical Spirits:
Based in Copenhagen, Empirical Spirits was founded by Lars Williams and Mark Emil Hermansen, both alumni of Noma, the seminal restaurant named best in the world five times. With a fanatical focus on flavor elements, and taking inspiration from eastern and western distilling traditions, they strive to use alcohol as a medium for experimentation instead of producing spirits that fit into well-worn categories. Vacuum distillation allows them the precision and freedom to create new flavors and gastronomic experiences.