Grey Goose Reveals a ‘Cherry Noir’ Flavor

April 16, 2012 No Comments »
Grey Goose Reveals a ‘Cherry Noir’ Flavor

GREY GOOSE has just launched GREY GOOSE Cherry Noir to their retail outlets. The new flavor boasts “rare black cherries” found in the French Basque Country, and combines the aroma of fresh cherries and sweet red fruits with dark fruit flavors and layers of spice.

For those of you who don’t just pound vodka out of a label-stripped water bottle before heading out on the town, GREY GOOSE breaks down the taste as follows:

Nose

Vibrant. Aromas of cherry and sweet red fruits. Clear and distinctive cherry plus a hint of sweet spices. The fruit is very forward, with wonderful aromatic notes such as watermelon, raspberry and banana.

Palate

Tart dark fruits and balanced acidity. Very integrated flavors, with a creamy mouth feel. More sweet spices such as cinnamon and allspice, and a hint of vanilla and banana.

Finish

Bright, long lingering finish. Very clean. Definitely warming and pleasing.

 

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