THE PLUM, I SUPPOSE
There’s a Robert Frost poem called “The Rose Family.” The gist is that while the rose is widely regarded as a thing of beauty, it is related to the less beautiful peach, apple and “plum, I suppose.”
This spirit is based on the dried inner plum kernel, which has a similar scent and flavor to almonds. The plum kernel has marzipan high notes, and a nuanced sweetness that’s refreshing and bright. The Plum, I Suppose captures the flavor of plum from the fruit and almond from the seed. We suppose the plum is our rose.
Sweet, marzipan, floral, bright.
Neat or with citrus soda.