Quince Brandy Old Oak 0,7 L

  • 40% alc

  • Color less

  • Quince

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Serbia is the Number 1 producer of quince in Europe and among ten biggest producers of this fruit in the world. This fruit has a significant amount of vitamin C and it is recommended to consume it in order to improve the immunity, while quince brandy, as a medicine, could be used.

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Quince Brandy Old Oak is a crystal clear brandy, with fresh fruit fragrance, distilled from quince raised at own orchards.

Serbia is the Number 1 producer of quince in Europe and among ten biggest producers of this fruit in the world. This fruit has a significant amount of vitamin C and it is recommended to consume it in order to improve the immunity, while quince brandy, as a medicine, could be used.

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About the brand - Old Oak distillery

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In a small village Zirovnica, in the heart of Sumadija (Central Serbia), not far away from Kragujevac town, is placed a small, family owned winery and distillery “Stari hrast”, i.e. The Old Oak. Namely, in the middle of the family’s wineyards stands a three-hundred-years old oak that is a symbol of family Stevanovic and their long tradition in production of wines and brandies recognized by its quality in Serbia and abroad. At 10 ha of beautiful wineyards and 15 ha of fruitful orchards, this family grows the best quality fruits that is completely used in their production of excellent wines and brandies. The whole production is organized in traditional way, but by the latest technology and under control of top enologists. Such approach resulted with top quality drinks that are more times awarded at various domestic and international competitions.
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