Amber. Spicy, dried fruit and raisin aromas. A soft entry leads to a dryish medium-bodied palate with wood spice and mild dried fruit notes. Finishes with a fruity, peppery fade of lean wood notes and peppery alcohol. Pleasant wood and spice notes, but not a lot of complexity.
I wish my dad used to give me this brandy for my tooth aches when I was little instead of the other ugly stuff. This is great brandy.
Asbach Uralt is a German brandy produced by the company Asbach Gmbh, which also makes other spirits and chocolate. The company is located in the city of Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany. Asbach's history dates back to 1892 when Hugo Asbach founded the company. The Treaty of Versailles decreed that the word Cognac could only be used for French products, so Hugo Asbach coined the term Weinbrand for German brandy.