Apricot Brandy Kovilj Monastery

  • 40% alc

  • Farbe weniger

  • Edelstahl-Fass

  • 3

  • Aprikose

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Brandy distilled in traditional way in the Kovilj Orthodox Monastery

25,34  MwSt. inkl.

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Description

Ripe apricot from Monastery yards, Gruza and Ostruznica are left to ferment and then the brandy is distilled. It ages in the Monastery Cellars under monk’s control and supervision.

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Highly recommended

The monks confirmed the old rule that the best brandy requires nothing else but to be distilled and aged in a proper, old-fashioned way. Sharp apricot aroma and distinctive fragrance, very very recommendable.

About the brand

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Kovilj Monastery is situated in northern Serbian province Vojvodina, nearby Novi Sad. It was founded by Saint Sava in the early 13th century. Saint Sava was a prince and the first archbishop of Serbian Orthodox Church. The Monastery was built on the spot where Saint Sava healed the son of the Hungarian King Andrew II. Monastery has a large brotherhood, school of iconography and produces reputable cheese, wine and brandy.

Apricot brandy

The thing that makes apricot brandy special is the fact that it’s a unique combination of simple and exotic. The liqueur itself is distilled from fermented apricot juice and turned into a supreme alcoholic beverage. While this is not the type of brandy that you will find in every bar, the thing worth mentioning is the fact that it always was a favourite of cocktail makers throughout history. By opening classic cocktail guides from the 1930s (like “The Savoy Cocktail Book” or “Official Mixer’s Manual”), you will find that this liqueur was used in abundance. Still, cocktail-making is just one of the reasons why each household should own a bottle of apricot brandy.  The fact that it’s somewhat less common on the market, makes the idea of owning a high-end bottle into an even more appealing proposition.
Apricot brandy

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