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Akvavit, Danish akvavit
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This mildly spiced aquavit was first produced in 1992 and is flavoured with dill and a little caraway, citrus, aniseed and apple.
The word akvavit, like the word whisky, originates from the alchemical term 'water of life' - in Latin, aqua vitae. It is also known as aquavit. This flavoured
Pernod sold the Aalborg production plant to Arcus-Gruppen in July 2012 as part of a EUR103m (US$125.6m) deal.
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First produced in October 1990 and flavoured with dill, caraway and a hint of orange, Aalborg Krone is usually served chilled to accompany traditional Danish cuisine.
This crystal-clear Akvavit, the best-selling of the Aalborg range, is flavoured with caraway. The Danish poet Jørgen Vibe once wrote, ‘Aalborg Taffel lights the fires of...
Named after after Aalborg, the town where akvavit is said to have been first made in 1846 by Isidor Henius, Aalborg Export is seasoned with madeira wine but originally the golden...
Named after Anton Brøndum (1809-1873), a Danish distiller, this is one of the oldest and spiciest of the clear Aalborg akvavits.
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