Tamagnun is the Doppelbock-type Amber Lager from Cascina Motta Farmer’s Brewery with a high alcohol content of 8.0%! With an original plato degree of over 18.5 °, it comes from Vienna and Monaco caramel malts from two-row Tazio Barley and from cone hops, which give a monk’s tunic color and an intense balance of flavors.
The nose has clear hints of caramel, bread crust and biscuit, which make the olfactory perception complex but elegant. In the mouth the same hints are reproduced as we have on the nose, with a clear toasted note in the finish. The entrance is sweet and full-bodied, but the toasted and light final bitterness still make it easy to drink, despite the higher alcohol content.
Etymology and peculiarity of the label: The Tamagnun is the Piedmontese wagon, pulled by animals or tractors. A tool that has always been linked to the joyful moment of harvesting, essential for transporting the fruit from the fields to the storage warehouses of the farmhouse. To complete the graphics, the presence of the “singing rooster”, the traditional essence of the life of the peasant courts, and the biological clock of the awakening of nature.