Luis Felipe Licor | Bodegas Rubio

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$195.00

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The Luis Felipe Licor – doubtless one of the noblest spirits of Spain. Due to the 60 years traditional solera aging, it unfolds a length, aromatic fullness and softness that competes perfectly with the best Cognacs and Armagnacs of France.

Luis Felipe Licor | Bodegas Rubio

Luis Felipe Licor

Luis Felipe Licor is a brandy licor produced in the Bodegas Rubio of the Huelva town of La Palma del Condado, in the heart of this region, the Condado de Huelva, famous for the quality of its wines and its ancient winemaking tradition.

With a unique style, LUIS FELIPE Licor is characterized by its gentle opening and by a smooth, slightly sweet taste and its incomparable by a unique colour and aroma, achieved after a long aging in American oak boots by the system of soleras-criaderas. It is presented in a hand-blown traditional french glass bottle.

 

  • Available 6 Bottles per case
  • Individual Bottle in Canister Tube
  • Region Ribera del Duero
  • Jerez, Spain
  • 24% Alc/Vol

 

Tasting Notes

  • Dark, old mahogany colour with golden tones and amber highlights.
  • An intense, dark colour.
  • It evokes the aromas resulting from its ageing in the casks.
  • Mature aromas with delicate and lingering flavours stand out.
  • Somewhat caramelized, extremely well balanced and very aromatic.
  • Slightly sweet, roasted, strong, pleasant, with mixed bitter notes.
  • Balanced, rounded, smooth, creamy, full flavour.
  • Smooth, mellow, with hints of fig and dates.
  • Excellent finish and aftertaste.
  • Rounded and balanced.

Luis Felipe Brandy Gran Reserva

The Luis Felipe Gran Reserva – doubtless one of the noblest spirits of Spain. Due to the 60 years traditional solera aging, it unfolds a length, aromatic fullness and softness that competes perfectly with the best Cognacs and Armagnacs of France.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: The miracle of LUIS FELIPE happened in 1893 when some old oak barrels where discovered in a remote corner of a wine cellar in La Palma del Condado. It was a seasoned brandy of a remarkable colour and an incomparable intense flavour in addition to a smooth drink ability that had been developed over all those years. A discovery that doesn’t exist twice!