The classic Danish akvavit, Aalborg Export was first created in 1913 and intended, as the name suggests, for the export market. A lighter style of Akvavait, the Danes often now enjoy this themselves with lunch.
Aalborg Jubilaeums, jubilaeums meaning jubilee, was created in honour of Isidor Henius, the creator of Aalborg Taffel Akvavit. This akvavit is said to be an excellent accompaniment to a fish or poultry meal. IWSC 2012 - Silver Outstanding Medal - Aquavit
A bottle of Aalborg's dill-flavoured Akvavit. With a hint of sweetness in the aftertaste, this matches well with a range of fish-based dishes, and even, so we're told, Denmark's other national speciality - Bacon!
A gift pack containing an Akvavit glass and a bottle of Aalborg Jubilaeums, created in honour of Isidor Henius, the creator of Aalborg Taffel Akvavit. This akvavit is said to be an excellent accompaniment to a fish or poultry meal. IWSC 2012 - Silver Outstanding Medal - Aquavit
First seen in 2007, Aalborg's Norguld Aquavit is believed to be world's first one distilled from amber, fossilised tree resin. Full-bodied and with flavourings including fennel, this is aged in Spanish ex-sherry casks for further complexity.
The 2013 edition of Aalborg's special yearly Jule akvavit, the 32nd such limited edition celebrating the yule-tide season. Produced from a recipe that hasn't changed for over a century, this is best served chilled.
An old bottle of Aalborg Jubilaeums Akvavit. Created as a tribute to the most important person in the development of Aquavit - Isidor Henius. The ingredients include dill and coriander and it is matured in American white oak to give a more complex spirit. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.