Buddhas hand citron isnt just a funny looking lemon; its the ancient relative of the modern lemon. Like all great lineages, its flavors and aromas run so much deeper notes of jasmine, basil and apricot all mingle. Its acid bite is milder than a standard lemon, allowing these secondary flavors to take center stage, and dance a ballet on the palate. The purified lemon extracts in other vodkas deliver a single note. Buddhas Hand plays the whole symphony.
On the nose: Lemon peel, grapefruit, citrus pith, lemon balm, with a hint of ginger.
On the palate: Big, sweet and juicy at the front with jasmine, basil and apricot notes, then dissipates quickly into a light ginger, lemongrass finish.