Smooth going down as stated on bottle. I loved it.
Paul Masson Grande Amber Peach Brandy
Flavored Brandy /27% ABV / California, United States
- Flavored Brandy
- California, United States
- Liquor Flavor
For moments at ease, PM flavors bring a relaxed, chilled out vibe to the table. A full line of creative flavors, each one is a thoughtful fusion of distinct fruits with Paul Masson Brandy for a unique take on the old classic.The essence of ripe, sweet, juicy peaches.View all products by Paul MassonCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
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I Didn’t Get What I Asked For.
Smooth and peachy, taste great. Goes down really smooth, simply marvelous.
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I gave it as a ?
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I didn't get this I got the regular Paul Mason.
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I was having this drink for the first time it was not bad but not one of my favorite
KeriVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Really sweet and overpowering. I like their other flavors much better and I’m typically a huge peach lover.
The brandy industry does not subscribe to many strict standards, though some brandies rely on only fruit for their characteristic sweetness — most commonly grapes, apples, cherries and peaches — whereas others may employ additional sweeteners. In general, a sip of brandy starts with a strong alcoholic flavor followed by a mellow, fruity dessert-wine sweetness alongside notes of oak and vanilla from the aging process.
Brandy-makers can experiment with any number of fermented fruits as their base, but the most common brandy flavors include peach, apricot, cherry, plum, pear and apple — some popular U.S. brands, specifically Paul Masson, produce a line of brandies with trendy fruit flavors like pineapples, mango and red berry.
Brandy flavoring is similar to vanilla extract in that a small amount goes a long way in a recipe depending on the quality of your product; look for natural and plant-based flavorings that create the signature oak and caramel notes of aged, high-quality brandy.