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Brandy (eaux-de-vie, cognac & armagnac), Eaux-de-Vie & Fruit Brandies
Brandy is distilled from fermented fruit (not grain). The name brandy comes from northern Europe, where ‘brand’ means to burn, and is a reference to
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A small distillery in Alsace, where Gilbert Miclo and his family produce an outstanding range of eaux-de-vie.
Made in a similar way to Italian grappa, hence the name Dappa, grape skins from English vineyards such as Sharpham, Bolney, Three Choirs, Biddenden and others are distilled in an...
A Croatian plum brandy (slivovitz) developed with Frankfurt bartender Branimir Hrkac, a descendant of Croatian immigrants.
Part of Massenez’s VRP range, an abbreviation of “Vieille Réserve Personnelle Sélectionnée” (personally selected), this yellow plum eau-de-vie was developed by Eugene...
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Genever, also known as jenever, jeneva, geneva and hollands, is a juniper-flavoured spirit from Holland and Belgium. Like gin, juniper is an obligatory
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