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We especially love beer, but we also love anything fermented and/or distilled with flavor. One could say that we are flavorholics. We will taste pretty much anything and everything at least once no matter how unique, unusual, or different, and if we like it, we will gladly imbibe of it again. All we ask for is a little TLC, an irreverent disregard for corporate mediocrity, and a passion for all things local and sustainable. Slainte!

Wolmae Rice Makkoli ~ Seoul Takju Manufacturers Association

Appearance:

milky water with tons of suspended and slowly sinking sediment.

 

Nose:

fizzy carbonated rice – washed rice, rice breads, rice crackers. Cucumber. Rice milk. Bright and fermented.

 

Palate:

milky and sweet with coconut milk. Sweet rice milk. Very light mouthfeel with a tingle which gives the impression it is still fermenting. Sprite and milk – sounds gross but it was actually good.

 

Final Thoughts:

a bit simple but makes up for it with bright, straightforward flavors and a playful mouthfeel. A little bit of spring in Korea in a bottle and thusly in my belly. Yum!

 

 

(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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