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Kumquat-POP

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Inspired by fall in Northern California, Kumquat-POP is tangy, crisp, and juicy...perfect for that time of year when summer begins to fade, when the days start to feel a bit shorter and the nights a bit longer.

Brimming with all things autumn, you’ll taste the honeyed warmth of Fuyu and Hachiya persimmons, the cinnamon-like character of toasted fig leaves, and the brightness of green cardamom. The kumquat fruit itself is both sweet (the rind) and tart (the flesh) - and you’ll taste both, in perfect balance, in Kumquat-pop.

750 mL, 17% ABV (alcohol by volume)
Full ingredients list here. Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate upon opening.

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Kumquat-POP is made from a base of Chardonnay wine and is layered with the following organic ingredients:

KUMQUATS // Bright, floral, mouth-puckering. Sour flesh is balanced by a sweet peel.

PERSIMMONS // Extracted into the Chardonnay grape spirit, these impart a honeyed warmth

TOASTED FIG LEAVES // Warm and cinnamon-like

GREEN WALNUTS // Bright-spiced citrus character

GREEN CARDAMOM // Bright, warming, and with a little kick.

GALANGAL // Native to Southern Asia, closely related to ginger. Bright, peppery, tart.

QUASSIA & GENTIAN // Used sparingly, these two bitter herbs are used for added brightness and pep.

KUMQUATS For such a tiny fruit, the kumquat is truly bursting with flavor - both sour and sweet, kumquats are mouth-puckering and delightful all at once. We sourced 800 pounds of organic, California kumquats from Beck Grove in Fallbrook, California. Their farm is 100% organic and biodynamic.
CHARDONNAY Similar to our citrus, we source our Chardonnay grapes from small family-run farms - these grapes are grown along the Pacific Coast in Mendocino, California. The grapes have long hang times and are high in acidity, which gives them a citrus-like character - the perfect foundation for Kumquat-pop.