I bought this 20 year old tawny port at the Bilka supermarket in Odense, Denmark at the price of 25 Euro for a 750 ml bottle.
Clear orange in the colour and with thin and watery curtains on the glass.
Heavy aroma of dried fruits, some alcohol but a fine and pure aroma.
Light bodied, refreshing and yet with dried fruits, suitable length on the after taste compromised of mature raisins, slightly spiced, some alcohol and a hint of oak.
Good tawny to the price.
Overall rating 87 / 100
Between Nurnberg and Bayreuth in Germany, the Veldensteiner brewery is located in Neuhaus down to the Pegnitz river. The brewery is named Kaiser Bräu and was founded in 1929. It is a privately owned brewery by the Laus family.
I bought this beer at the Salling store in Aarhus, Denmark at the price of 3 Euro for a 500 ml bottle at 0,0%.
A good looking orange going to brown unfiltered beer.
A big head with a fine top.
A dry and wheaty aroma.
Thin, flat CO2, weak wheat in the taste.
Overall rating 65 / 100
Kopke was established in 1638 by Christiano Kopke and his son, Nicolau Kopke. The company was sold to the Bohane family, by the end of the 19th century, who tried to run it from London. The distance and the two World Wars disabled the control of the Company and they decided to sell it. Quinta de S. Luiz was acquired by Kopke in 1922. In 1953 the Barros family bought the House of Kopke. In June 2006 it was sold and became a part of the SOGEVINUS Group.
I bought this 750 ml bottle at 20% at a German ebay shop at the price of 59 Euro.
1 hour after decanting
Orange and amber in the colour, large and round curtains on the wall of the glass.
Light aroma that is dominated by the alcohol.
Burning tannin, mature flatness, warm from the alcohol. Light taste of dried fruits.
7 hours after decanting
As above, but colour changed more into amber and red brown.
Taste did not develop itself much over the hours in the decanter.
Overall rating 88 / 100
Fur brewery is located on the small island Fur in Limfjorden, Denmark. The brewery was founded in 2004.
I bought this wheat beer in a local supermarket in Odense, Denmark at the price of 2,5 Euro for a 500 ml bottle at 5,8%.
Brown and amber in the colour, large pieces of sediment floats around this unfiltered beer.
Heavy caramel and sweetness dominates the aroma.
Light in the taste, dark, good CO2, more caramel and lack of wheat in the taste.
Overall rating 60 / 100