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At once rustic and refined, the dessert starts with rhubarb stalks chopped into large pieces and slowly macerated with sugar to soften the texture and tame its astringency.
Other common threads were tolerant astringency and edgy acidity, but those are traits traditionally expected of barbera, regardless of whether it is grown in California or in its native Italy.
Gold Digger is bursting with hops and notes of citrus, finishing with just the right amount of bitterness/astringency.
The words clearly inspired Mr. Abrahamsen to write music that ingeniously combines modernist astringencies, harmonic richness and strangely beautiful atmospheric colorings.
Interestingly, the cranberry-esque tartness of Ikea’s signature Sylt Lingon (lingonberry preserves) calmed Pråst’s astringency.
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