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Aquavit

A traditional Scandinavian spirit flavoured with spices and herbs. By EU Law, the main flavouring should be either caraway or dill. Aquavit (or akvavit) is often consumed during a formal meeting, and it is usually drunk quickly from a small shot glass. In Norway, most aquavit is aged in oak casks, and the result is complex and should be served in a tulip glass to enhance the flavour.

Aalborg Akvavit - 1960s

70cl, 0%
Danish Distillers

A 1960s bottling of the Danish aquavit Aalborg. It was first created in 1846, and in 2002 it was awarded the title Best Aquavit in the World at the 2002 International Wine and Spirit Competition.  More info

Aalborg Akvavit - 1960s

Bommerlunder Gold Aquavit

70cl, 38%
Bommerlunder

A top quality German aquavit named after the inn "Zu Bommerlund", where a wounded rider once passed on the ancient recipe for Bommerlunder aquavit.  More info

Bommerlunder Gold Aquavit

Bommerlunder Aquavit

70cl, 38%
Bommerlunder

The story of Bommerlunder aquavit dates back to 1760 and to the German inn "zu Bommerlund". Once there was a wounded rider, who had to convalesce at the inn. So grateful was he to the host, Peter…  More info

Bommerlunder Aquavit
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Aalborg Jubilæums Akvavit - 1960s

100cl, 45%
Danish Distillers

This is a 1960s bottling of Aalborg's Jubilæums Akvavit - named in celebration of Isidor Henius (that chap who created another popular Aalborg expression - Taffel). This bottle is a quite dusty, mind.  More info

Aalborg Jubilæums Akvavit - 1960s

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