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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Guest Wine Review: Matchsoon Plum Wine

Hello everyone... This is from desdragon's favourite Korean restaurant where i am now a memmer, Ju Shin Jung. (Good for lunch buffets but horrendously expensive for dinner)


Anyway this plum wine has golden flakes!


Description:Matchsoon Gold is the brand produced for the celebration of the 10-year birthday of Matchsoon. 99 percent pure gold flakes are mixed and its noble features are well harmonized with its tempting aroma.Volume :375ml Alcohol :14%


Its fragrant and the plum taste comes on strong first and unfortunately, i drank it the korean way, which is by shot glasses and was very very red by 2 glasses.


This makes for a pretty drink more than anything else.. :)
Sorry my handphone camera is pretty bad, not sure if you can see the gold flakes!

4 Comments:

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  • At 3:31 AM, Blogger Kuan Ann said…

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  • At 6:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hello

    I live in Sydney Australia and went to a Korean restaurant. The meal was great and we had the Gold Matchsoon wine. Can anyone tell me where in sydney I could purchase this wine - contact dawwson@live.com.au

    Kind regards

    Frank

     
  • At 10:31 PM, Anonymous Jason said…

    I am enjoying a bottle of Matchsoon Gold only just now for the first time! Top Stuff!!! Hence googleing the name led me to this page. After seeing your picture was not as clear as you hoped for, i have taken a couple of cool pics if you need them. Cheers from Melbourne. Ps, i brought mine from a Korean Grocer opposite Victorian Market on the corner of Victoria Street and Elizabeth Street.

     

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