A dry and grassy Fernet that slaps you in the face – in a good way. Geijer Fernet will make its mark on the current amaro landscape. It is rich and complex, yet not overpowering. It is grassier and less sweet than other Fernets on the market, and its 21 roots, herbs and spices are playfully balanced for the drinker.
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Delicious, but not a fernet.
This is very well made. Tons of baking spice wrapped up in citrusy tea qualities, but nothing that makes it comparable to a Fernet. None of the usual suspects of saffron, myrrh, aloe ferox, or mint... or at least none that I can parse out of it. I would also say it's a little sweet in comparison to a lot of other fernets, despite what's advertised. All of that being said, there are a lot of poorly made amari coming out of the US but this isn't one of them. It's delicious. It's just not a fernet.