Plum Brandy Rubin

  • 42% alc

  • dunkel-farbe

  • Fass

  • Pflaume

  • 2 years old

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Strong plum brandy of nice tawny colour and optimal density.

23,11  MwSt. inkl.

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Description

This type of brandy is always double-distilled. Rubin Distillery is one of the large producers that manages to preserve the specific “prepecenica” aroma in two distillations. It is produced in large quantites and standard quality is guaranteed by the producer’s name.

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Although I'm not quite sure whether it was completely distilled of fermented plum, its aroma, strength and odor are quite acceptable. Massively produced, no doubt about that.

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About the brand

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Die Brennerei Rubin befindet sich in Zentralserbien und ist einer der größten Hersteller von alkoholischen Getränken und Weinen in Serbien. Vinjak Rubin VS ist eines der beliebtesten Getränke Serbiens.

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Plum brandy, also known as slivovitz or šljivovica is a fruit brandy made out of plums. This liqueur is primarily produced in the Balkans area and neighbouring regions, enjoying its popularity across all the Slavic world. Nonetheless, while most popular in these regions, the popularity of the beverage is today widespread across the globe.  For instance, French plum brandy enjoys the worldwide renown as one of the greatest appetizers ever distilled. The old plum brandy, aged in the charred oak barrels, gain unique smoky flavour, colour and further enhance their distinctive scent. One of the hidden charms of this liquor is the fact that it can be served in a warm cocktail.  This helps it enhance the aromatic properties of the beverage and help you get the most out of the original fruit flavour.
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