No 270 German Celery

17,50 69,00 

350,00 197,14  / l

The English word celery was first used in the 17th century, originally starting with an s and later on with a c. It comes from the French céleri, which in turn can be traced back to the ancient Greek term for this plant species: selinon. Celery belongs to the botanical family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae), known for its essential oil content. The second part of the Latin name, “graveolens”, means “strong-smelling”. Several varieties are distinguished within this species, including celery and celeriac. The characteristic sweet, hot-spicy scent of the essential oil is due to approximately 16 different methylphthalides (esp. sedanenolide and 3-butylphthalide), and terpenes such as limonene, -selinene and -selinene. Due to the varying proportions of these essential oil components in the different varieties, we opted for a spirit made from both, celery and celeriac, organic, of course. Because when you compare them, the difference in taste and smell quickly become obvious. Both are equally suitable for use in the kitchen to add flavour to soups, salads and meat dishes, but they can also be enjoyed neat.

350ml – 69,00 € (42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
50ml – 17,50 € (42 % vol – 350,00 €/l)
50ml Spray – 19,50 € (50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
Prices incl. VAT.

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