Put simply, eaux-de-vie are brandies made with any fruit that isn't a grape. Fruit brandies are made with a bewildering array of different raw ingredients - indeed, there can be few fruits that have not at one time or another had an enterprising distiller trying to make an eau-de-vie out of them. Read More »
A 50cl bottle of Dutch producer Lubberhuizen & Raaff's eau de vie made from Betuws gold apples. Based in an old fire station in the beautiful Betuwse region, the fruit comes from the orchards that surround it.
A 50cl bottle of pear eau de vie from traditional Dutch producer Lubberhuizen & Raaff. The distillery's location is actually a former fire station in the picturesque Betuwse region, the fruit coming from the orchards that surround the building.
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.
A 50cl bottle of quince eau de vie from traditional Dutch producer Lubberhuizen & Raaff. The fruit is grown in orchards around the distillery in the Betuwe region. The building itself was previously a fire station.
A bottle of White Dog from Mikkeller. Made using a combination of malted barley and corn, this is incredibly approachable served neat for what is effectively and unaged whisky and is equally at home when added to cocktails.
A 37.5cl bottle of Mikkeller's Black 'beer brandy', distilled from their legendary 'Black' beer. This has been aged for a short time in ex-bourbon casks, to add flavour without overpowering the youthful spirit.