Faude Feine Brände - Quince Eau-de-Vie - 40% - 50cl

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Quince eau-de-vie is among the most popular fruit brandies in Germany. The sweet, fruity and yet tangy quince fruit is ideal for luxurious eau-de-vie.

Each eau-de-vie or fruit liqueur made at the Faude distillery is extremely intense and tastes like one is biting into a piece of real, delicious quince.

Why are Faude‘s eau-de-vie so uniquely intense? Back in the day, farmers used mainly bruised or fallen fruit to make eau-de-vie, nowadays, or at least at the FAUDE distillery, it is the exact opposite. What makes the FAUDEfeineBRÄNDE eau-de-vie so special and unique, is the high quality, and the quantity of the fruit. Each quince is hand-selected and inspected for bumps and dents that could impact its pure taste. The Faude family has their own orchards for some of their fruit spirits, however many ingredients are sourced from friends and other local farmers. Florian Faude, born in 1984, represents a new, innovative and perfectionist generation of distillers.

Enjoy this eau-de-vie neat, over ice, or in cocktails. For example, shake Faude feine Brände quince eau-de-vie, sugar sirup and lemon juice over ice to make a “Quince Sour”.
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  • Capacity :
    50cl
  • Shipping Weight :
    1,1 kg
  • Distillery :
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  • Alcohol Content :
    40% vol
  • Responsible Food Company :
    Faude Feine Brände, HAUSBRENNEREI KAISERSTUHL/BADEN,SCHLOSSMATTENSTR. 25, 79268 BÖTZINGEN,DE
  • Country of Origin :
    Germany
  • Artificial Colours :
    none
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  • Product Type :
    Eau de Vie

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