#61. Daedaepo ‘Blue Label’ Makgeolli (대대포 고급 막걸리)

Packaged more like a bottle of Johnnie Walker whisky than a makgeolli, Daedapo looks like it would be a really good drink for a special occasion but in reality it is pretty watery and is overly sweet, perhaps due to the honey that they use. It has slight carbonation on the first shake so best be careful. It does have a quite strong smell which almost convinces you that it might have a stronger taste to match the aroma but unfortunately the taste is weak and there’s not really much about the makgeolli that lives up to it’s bright and almost arrogant packaging. Continue reading #61. Daedaepo ‘Blue Label’ Makgeolli (대대포 고급 막걸리)

#15 Goheung Citrus Makgeolli (고흥 유자 막걸리)

With thinly sliced sugared citron (4%) added during fermentation Goheung Citron Makgeolli makes you almost feel as if you are drinking orange juice and it kind of reminded me a little of a less-sugary Sunny D. Unlike some of the other ‘fruit makgeollis’ on the market the tang of the citron is not limited to smell alone and continues to linger in the mouth after the makgeolli has gone down. It’s refreshing to drink and is definitely one that you could imagine downing copious amounts of outside a summer CU…..trust me I’ve tried it.

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