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Schnapps

Schnapps are German drinks, distilled from fruit, and traditionally bottled with no added sugar. In this sense, American style “Schnapps” and other sweet drinks such as Archers actually fall into the liqueurs category, with Schnapps being more a variant of fruit brandy.

Most German Schnapps are distilled from pears, plums, cherries, apples or apricots, although more or less any fruit can be used. The term Schnapps is derived from the German “Schnaps”, itself from the Low German “snappen”, meaning to swallow – a reference to the fact that Schnapps are traditionally consumed as shots.

Corky's Mango Glitter Schnapps

70cl, 15%
Corky's

A Mango Schnapps from the Corky's range, which is as vibrant and tangy as you might imagine. What's more, it's also glittery, which is fun. Serve well-chilled, or in a lip-smacking tropical cocktail.  More info

Corky's Mango Glitter Schnapps
$13.02

Teichenné Coconut Schnapps

70cl, 17%
Teichenné

Spanish schnapps fom Teichenne, this is flavoured with coconut, and it's great in a variety of tropical cocktails.  More info

Teichenné Coconut Schnapps
1
$15.53

Messer Schmitt Herbal Schnapps

70cl, 22%
Messer Schmitt

Messer Schmitt is made to be enjoyed over ice, mixed with soft drinks or neat - but always ice cold. Unlikely that this is named after the pretty fantastic 3-wheeled car made by Messerschmitt, the…  More info

Messer Schmitt Herbal Schnapps
5
$15.04

Berentzen Winter Apfel

70cl, 18%
Berentzen

This German wheat spirit based Schnapps is flavoured with apple and winter spices and is a great drink for the colder months!  More info

Berentzen Winter Apfel

Anton Riemerschmid Kartoffel-Schnapps - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Anton Riemerschmid

This is a 1970s bottling of Anton Riemerschmid's Kartoffel-Schnapps. It may take you a few seconds to realise what the label is shaped like, but once you do, you will understand why we think this is…  More info

Anton Riemerschmid Kartoffel-Schnapps - 1970s

Alter Güts'ler Schnapps - 1970s

75cl, 32%
Alter Güts'ler

I'd say that there's a good chance that this Alter Güts'ler Schnapps from the 1970s is German. A very good chance indeed. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed…  More info

Alter Güts'ler Schnapps - 1970s

Göteborg Sommarsnaps

50cl, 38%
Svenska Eldvatten

Flavoursome snaps from Svenska Eldvatten chaps, made with cumin, fennel, dill and citrus. Great for pairing with fish dishes.  More info

Göteborg Sommarsnaps

Schinkenhäger - 1970s

75cl, 38%
H. C. Konig

This bottle of Schinkenhäger juniper flavoured German schnapps was produced the 1970s, but the König family have been producing juniper-based spirits since the 17th century. This bottle was part…  More info

Schinkenhäger - 1970s

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