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Being regular goon drinkers, we – and I’m sure you – have tried many different brands of Fruity Lexia, it tends to be a fan favourite. However, I can assure you that you’ve never tasted a Lexia like the Day Break Estate Fruity Lexia (unless you’ve tasted this one).
When I first laid eyes on the cask, I thought I was dreaming. I had never, in all my days drinking goon, seen a box of goon so beautiful. The image features a fiery orange sunset with a silhouetted tree in the foreground. The image really sets the mood for what the drinking experience is going to be like.
The pour was slightly less breathtaking, as the wine looked like water you’d find in an old creek.
On the nose, the wine had a pretty subtle smell; soft and fruity. It would definitely be well suited for some kind of Sangria mix.
But by far my favourite part of this wine is the taste. It was really weird; I’ve never tasted a goon like it. It almost tasted like it had already been pre-mixed with lemonade or soda water, some kind of soft drink anyway. It pretty much tasted like a Sangria mix; it was incredible and no bitey after taste either.
The wine even finished smooth, which is strange for a goon that has 37.5 standos (standard drinks).
Overall one of the best goons I have tasted and to get 37.5 standos and 5 litres of goon for $14, you’re bloody laffin m8. This is a MUST BUY!