Hints of black cherry and berry with a note of mocha. Smooth finish, a nice bold taste. — 4 days ago
Better in small sips. Medicinal. Nice zest. Expensive though. — 2 months ago
Lovely aged classic claret. Perfect Christmas drink. Angels singing, upon a midnight, the stars in the bright sky. Hark, hark, hark. — 2 months ago
Orange zest, Tropicana from childhood, strong scent of sage.
Oo Oo Oo, can I has more? This a feisty little orange ting.
Love the hazy citrus punch of orange and grapefruit. Great zip and unctuous herbal notes. Perfect natural bubbles.
Really love this as a post midnight spontaneity move. — 6 months ago
Krug is always most welcome, and Valentine’s Day is no exception. This is edition 169. A bit more yeasty and slightly less acidic than previous versions, to my taste. But if you like the Krug style - which we do very much - it hits the spot per usual.
My wife used to work with Fritz Hatton, proprietor of Arietta wines and auctioneer for Zachys. Fritz always says to have a half bottle of champagne waiting in the fridge in case you need a “midnight snack”, and I have to agree with him! — 21 days ago
Had at midnight in front of a roaring fire! Delicious! — 2 months ago
Laid this down for ~8 years — 6 months ago
Delicious, complex flavor that comes through in layers. Powerful taste and warm throughout. — 2 months ago
Yummy at midnight; better in Vitamixed whole orange mimosa this morning! — 2 months ago
“Sleep is the most moronic fraternity in the world, with the heaviest dues and the crudest rituals... I simply cannot get used to the nightly betrayal of reason, humanity, genius.” V. Nabokov, speak, memory.
Night precedes day. We go to sleep first thing around midnight of a new day, wake up 7 to 8 hours into it. We don’t go to sleep at the end of a long day tired. We start the day by going to sleep. We start by dreaming by going into the subconscious. A lot of work gets done in the mystery of darkness by the time we wake half way through it all. — 5 months ago