Nose: Hazel nuts, highly evolved, complex. Nothing phlegmatic and very nice
On the palate:Round and smooth, complex set of shades of rich aftertaste that recalls the nose.
Hairstyle for the preparation of the raw material used brandy are inferior spirits vinous alcohol at 70, called holandas. The holandas obtained by the distillation of wine produced from healthy grapes of the Airen variety. This distillation takes place in copper stills direct fire. The copper stills act as a catalyst for chemical reactions, which confer on holandas its characteristic "Bouquet".
Subsequently depositing these alcohols are aged in American oak casks, previously cured and whose capacity ranges from 200 to 500 liters.
The result of 12 years age for alcohol in American oak casks is Peinado Brandy Solera 12 years.