A smooth, refreshing and delicate Nu Gose fermented with Willamette raspberries, Spanish saffron, Vietnamese Cumeo pepper and Pakistani Halite diamond salt.
This is the sixth beer of my Nu- series, which means a modern, “new age” take on the traditional beer styles- this time brewed with Vietnamese Cumeo pepper and Spanish saffron instead of hops, a pinch of Pakistani diamond salt for the mouthfeel and fermented on huge amounts of Willamette raspberries to make thirst even more yummy.
Brewed to celebrate the O.G. saxophonist Kamasi Washington and taking a honour to my lovely sweet grandma who are survived a stroke a few months ago.
The term Mukhallat is rather generic to denote fragrance oil mix in Arabic, a mix of natural essences like saffron, oudh and musk, which is one of my fav fragrance notes so far because a few of my beloved ones are always wearing those fragrances.
The graphic design is based on a wild and beautiful painting made by my friend specially for this project. The painting shows Kamasi with his tenor sax. We mashed up this painting with my grandmas hand written notes what she wrotes after her incident— she had to practice writing and drawing with her hand again.
This beer is about love, passions, suffering, experiencing— all about the way of life.