FLAVOURS OF THE PAST PIMENTO WINE
Jamaica Pimenta or Allspice also called Jamaican Pimento by many, is the dried unripe berry of the Pimenta dioca, a mid-canopy tree native to the Greater Antilles, Southern Mexico and Central America. The berries were given the interesting name “allspice” because of its unique flavour which tasted like a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, pepper, and ginger. Flavours of the past pimento berry wine is made from the fresh ripe berries of the Pimenta plant. Allspice berries, tree ripened to a dark bluish-purple color, ascend to a whole other level in flavour. When you pop one berry into your mouth, it gives a rich and resonant burst of flavor, sweet and yet surprisingly spicy. This is the distinct flavour we have captured in our flavours of the past Pimento Berry Wine for your tasting pleasure.