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White Possum Naked Kina

$54.95

White Possum Naked Kina

Naked Kina, our take on a quinquina, is a bittersweet wine based liqueur designed to be served chilled as an aperitif or mixed in a number of classic cocktails.

This refreshing liqueur starts its life as a small batch Sauvignon Blanc made in an independent winery in Mount Macedon, VIC. As soon as the wine is delivered to us by the French winemaker in the back of his suave all-terrain vehicle, we fortify it with a combination of sugar cane spirit and distilled wine. The fortified wine is then infused with fresh local orange peels, cinnamon myrtle, strawberry gum and a handful of earthy herbs. The now naked oranges aren’t wasted – we eat some of them (yes, we are a team of possums after all) and give away the rest to a local cafe manager who presses them into fresh orange juice.

We use real ingredients throughout and deliberately avoid filtering the liqueur to ensure no flavour is filtered out, so you may notice some sediment that may drift out of the liqueur over time. Simply give your bottle a quick shake and all will be normal again!

Contains precisely 0.0% artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. Vegan friendly (we don’t use any animal products nor processes throughout). Gluten free. Once opened, we recommend placing your bottle in the fridge to ensure optimal freshness.

Tasting notes
On the nose a soft fruity white wine profile sings loud and clear. Overtones of citrus and strawberries dance alongside. It’s a European summer in a glass.

On the palate there’s a wave of fruitiness that swirls around with a touch of sweetness. Some tingling on the tongue helps you realise this is a little bit stronger than a typical wine!

The finish starts with a gentle mellowing out of that sweetness from the palate then transitions into a long and bitter finish. Perfect for refreshing the palate for the next sip.

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White Possum Naked Kina

Naked Kina, our take on a quinquina, is a bittersweet wine based liqueur designed to be served chilled as an aperitif or mixed in a number of classic cocktails.

This refreshing liqueur starts its life as a small batch Sauvignon Blanc made in an independent winery in Mount Macedon, VIC. As soon as the wine is delivered to us by the French winemaker in the back of his suave all-terrain vehicle, we fortify it with a combination of sugar cane spirit and distilled wine. The fortified wine is then infused with fresh local orange peels, cinnamon myrtle, strawberry gum and a handful of earthy herbs. The now naked oranges aren’t wasted – we eat some of them (yes, we are a team of possums after all) and give away the rest to a local cafe manager who presses them into fresh orange juice.

We use real ingredients throughout and deliberately avoid filtering the liqueur to ensure no flavour is filtered out, so you may notice some sediment that may drift out of the liqueur over time. Simply give your bottle a quick shake and all will be normal again!

Contains precisely 0.0% artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. Vegan friendly (we don’t use any animal products nor processes throughout). Gluten free. Once opened, we recommend placing your bottle in the fridge to ensure optimal freshness.

Tasting notes
On the nose a soft fruity white wine profile sings loud and clear. Overtones of citrus and strawberries dance alongside. It’s a European summer in a glass.

On the palate there’s a wave of fruitiness that swirls around with a touch of sweetness. Some tingling on the tongue helps you realise this is a little bit stronger than a typical wine!

The finish starts with a gentle mellowing out of that sweetness from the palate then transitions into a long and bitter finish. Perfect for refreshing the palate for the next sip.

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Brands

White Possum

Country

Australia

Type

Fortified Wine

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