The raw material and the secret of this very rare eau-de-vie are carefully chosen berries gathered by high mountain farmers and a slow distillation carried out in small copper bain-marie stills.
Quince are becoming increasingly rare, but every year we seek out this special fruit anew and only the very best. The extremely limited quince apple schnapps is distilled with the utmost care to preserve its unique flavour and incredibly fruity aroma.
The Blackthorn (or sloe) ripens in late September and is harvested after the first frost, as this makes the taste of the fruit harmonious. The sloe spirit meets the nose with intense almond marzipan notes, and slight hints of dry hay and plum. To the palate it is full-bodied with marzipan, fruity and long lasting.
Slightly spicy cut cheese, small round punching, at least 10-week ripening period.
Fresh and sweet flavour, tipical wood notes, light resinous aroma. Intensive and very long finish.