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Traditional Schnapps and Akvavit

Schnapps is a German distilled spirit made by fermenting fruit with a base liquor, usually brandy. Common flavours include pear, cherry, apple, apricot, peach and plum. The term Schnapps is derived from the low German ‘snappen’ meaning swallow, a reference to the fact schnapps is traditionally consumed as shots and are normally drunk as a digestif after a meal. Akvavit is a traditional Scandinavian spirit that is flavoured with spices and herbs including either Caraway or Dill. It derives its name from aqua vitae the Latin for ‘water of life’. It is usually served chilled and neat in small glasses and is the traditional accompaniment to a smorgasbord.

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Picture of AALBORG JUBILAEUM, 70 CL

AALBORG JUBILAEUM, 70 CL

£33.25
Picture of Aquavit Taffel, 70cl

Aquavit Taffel, 70cl

£22.95
Picture of Berentzen Apfel Korn, 70cl

Berentzen Apfel Korn, 70cl

£13.50
Picture of COMBIER TRIPLE SEC , 70 CL

COMBIER TRIPLE SEC , 70 CL

A triple sec from Combier, who claim that Jean-Baptiste Combier invented the orange liqueur sometime between 1834 and 1848 at their distillery in Saumur. Debated though that is, this is one of the originals, with a a bright citrus flavour.
£27.50

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