Tasting Note: Pacharán (or Patxaran in Basque) is a sloe-flavoured Spanish liqueur commonly drunk in Navarre and the Basque Country. It is traditionally made by macerating the fruit Prunus Spinosa (also known as sloe berry, wild plum, endrinas, arañones, or patxaran) in anisette, along with occasionally coffee beans and vanilla pods, for a strength between 25-30% alc./vol.. Pacharán Pamplonica has a bright/intense cherry garnet colour, with aromas of candied red fruits - cherry and plum - and notes of baking spices, almonds, and anise. Lightly sweet on the palate; it is typically served cold (~5-10 celsius), or on the rocks, or as part of a cocktail.
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