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Steven Soderbergh’s Odyssey

A clear, 80 proof spirit that has been produced for 450 years in South America, Singani is made from Muscat of Alexandria grown high in the Andes Mountains, and with techniques similar to those used in Cognac. This award-winning spirit has, in the past, been consumed almost exclusively in South America but is now enjoying international acclaim thanks to the efforts of renowned film director Steven Soderbergh. Soderbergh discovered this Bolivian spirit in Spain, while filming the 2007 film Che. Having fallen in love with the spirit in all its fragrant glory (and its limited day-after effects), he decided to involve himself in the Singani project. In 2013, he became Singani’s importer, and now brings this label, Singani 63, to select markets in the United States straight from Bolivia. We won’t mention Soderbergh’s witty-though unprintable-tag line for the spirit here, but you can find out more about Singani 63 and the director’s relationship with it in an upcoming Astor exclusive Q & A.

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Singani 63 Moscatel Brandy -

Bolivia | (750 )mL
This legendary national drink of Bolivia has a history dating back to the arrival of the Spanish over 500 years ago but has never made it stateside until now. Very floral with notes of vine flowers, jasmine, orange blossom, honeysuckle, and more. Beautiful texture and a lingering aciity leave you wanting more.

Item #30950
  • Single Bottle:
  • Case of 12:

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