Williams (Bartlett) pears grown just an hour away in the Hood River Valley. We crush and ferment the whole pear and then distill the pure fruit mash in our German-made pot stills. It takes about 30 pounds of pears to make one 750ml bottle of Pear Brandy.
Williams Pear Brandy was tasted at Meeting No. 24 on May 29, 2014. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.13, though we had some disagreement among member ratings. Williams Pear Brandy is the top rated Brandy that we've tried.
Gavin • 5/29/2014 • 4.0
Smells so pear-y. Like pear-apple-sauce. I want a bowl and a spoon. So clean, crisp, pear-y.
Greg • 5/29/2014 • 3.5
Nose of fresh pears - exquisite! Taste of fresh pears! Clean, clear, no burn. Sweet lingering aftertaste.
Justin • 5/29/2014 • 3.0
Delicious pear "juice" on the nose and the tongue.
Garrett • 5/29/2014 • 1.0
I am drinking a potpourri soap. Not a fan.
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