Asbach Original 3 Year Old German Brandy

70cl / 38%
Asbach Original 3 Year Old German Brandy
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Asbach is a famous German brandy with an ardent cult following, particularly amongst British ex-servicemen, many of whom have developed a fondness for it while stationed in the country. This 3 year old is the sibling to Asbach Uralt.
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Asbach Original 3 Year Old German Brandy Reviews

37 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    5 September

    Love it!!

  • 16 June 2014

    First tasted this brandy when stationed in Germany in 1963 still prefer it to any other!!

  • 2 April 2014

    Very happy that TWE sell on their website. A big fan of Asbach. I do not buy any other brand of brandy. I bought a bottle recently for my parents and it's safe to say I am in their good books. Great stuff and I recommend to all.

  • 18 March 2014

    I was posted to Berlin in 1979-1981 and all of us Grenadiers loved Asbach uralt, I often think of it and after 33 years ive just ordered a bottle of this site..... cant wait for it to arrive!

  • 10 February 2014

    Tried a bottle with dinner guests this past Saturday evening. All tasters gave the Asbach high compliments.

  • 7 February 2014

    1/1 CAV B-trp 83-85 one taste and I was hooked. Nothing is better, smmmmmooootttthhhh

  • 12 November 2013

    Hi, I went to germany in march from Logan airport. There was a terrible snow storm, we were on the runway for hours being deiced. The captain opened the bar, while we were being, and the person next to me was from Germany, and she said you must try the asbach and I did, and it was great. Finally the captain decided to leave Logan and fly to Germany. When he got into the air we all applauded and landed safely. Ever since asbach has been a favorite - on the rocks or in a nice cup of coffee.

  • 29 September 2013

    I was introduced to Asbach Uralt while stationed in Augsburg between 1979 and 1981. We had some professional drinkers on our teams and this was, by far, the tastiest of the non-beer victuals. Awesome stuff!

  • 11 August 2013

    I was introduced to Asbach Uralt back in Munster in the Spotted Dog pub about this time of year as I joined my Regiment The Royal Scots today 1976 10th August the day before my 18th birthday. I have drank man a bottle dry. A happy memories TTFN

  • 10 May 2013

    I was introduced to Asbach while stationed in Wildflecken, West Germany in 1977-78. We put away lots of Asbach and Coke. Very tasty.

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