Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Glayva - The taste

Glayva claim to be "the best liqueur in the world" and this is down to the exotic tastes and ingredients that are contained in the drink. 

As we are going to base our cocktails and advertising scheme around the taste and the things you could do with it, we need to know exactly what it tastes like. 
We have bought a bottle and are going to try it with a few different things tomorrow. 

"An exotic fusion of the finest aged Scotch malt whiskies, a carefully selected range of spices, 
Mediterranean tangerines, cinnamon, almonds and honey.
Surprisingly smooth and sweet, Glayva tantalises the palate"

#1. admire

Tilt and turn the glass and watch as the deep gold mahogany colour glistens and shimmers.

#2. nose

Place the glass a few inches from your nose and savour the rich and complex aromas. The sweet tang of syrup, herbs, citrus and the subtle hint of whisky slowly reveal its many attractive virtues.

#3. hold

Take a sip and hold it on your tongue, just for a moment, as a luxurious, creamy wave of tangerine and honey washes over your taste buds.

#4. enjoy

The perfectly blended, balanced liqueur is a spirit of rare luxury, which lingers long on the palate.

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