Country German Schnapps
Distillery/Brand Berentzen

Berentzen Apfel

Produced by one of Germany's most well-known schnapps producers, Berentzen Apfel is made with a combination of pure wheat spirit and flavoured with sun-ripened apples. Enjoy very cold after a meal, or with a chocolatey pudding.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Tangy, apple-like nose. A little agave nectar and blossom.

Palate Quite light and floral on the palate. Apple jam, sweet cereals. Biscuity.

Finish Long finish. Spiced.

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Reviews for Berentzen Apfel
You want apple you've got apple!
You want apple you've got apple! with this Berentzen apfel. Light and refreshing. Straight at any temperature you don't need it chilled or over ice. It didn't last long enough to throw in a cocktail like an appletini. Delicious.
Melanie W , United Kingdom
one year ago
Best served from freezer.
Best drink aus Germany..
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
It will make you barf the next day
Barfed next day because I over indulged...
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Family tradition
First had some in a private German club & loved it. Found it locally and it is always a hit at family parties. Always chill in the freezer then do shooters, but it is nice over ice in a snifter with a good cigar.
Richard A. Rakus S , United States
8 years ago
Love the flavor
This drink is just awesome, only bad part it is very hard to find here in the US.
charlotte g , United States
8 years ago
Interesting drink
I've had this drink before, my father in law brings it over from The Netherlands for me and I look forward to drinking the odd sherry glass full here and there as a night cap. It's not like wine its a spirit - you need much smaller quantities but its very very tasty and you'll soon be going back to the fridge for more!
Master of Malt Customer
11 years ago