365 Drinks: #96 Tsetskoje Slato (Uzbekistan)

Tsetskoje Slato
Tsetskoje Slato

Carpets love me drunk

Sightseeing in Bukhara turned out to be an interesting but a very cold adventure. My world trip planning only got as far as “we will follow the sun”, so I mistakenly only brought one pair of trousers. Too bad if the trousers need to be washed and it is about seven degrees with strong winds outside. I didn’t just get one pair of eyes on me while walking down the street with shorts while other people got their winter parkas out of the closet. Anyways, the city is beautiful but also very touristy. Unfortunately no bars though. So I ended up buying a bottle of local beer from a corner shop for about $1.20. And it was quite good.

A Tsetskoje Slato. It came in a 0.5-liter green bottle and was golden and a bit cloudy. The smell was quite malty and the beer had a small head. The taste was rather interesting. It was refreshing sweetish almost apple like with a slightly malt note to it. The best beer I had so far in Uzbekistan.

7

The Breakdown


Aroma
7
Taste
8
Drinkability
8
Alcoholic punch
5



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