• No 625 German Elderflower

    16,50 69,00 

    No 625 German Elderflower

    16,50 69,00 

    {Sambucus nigra}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    The black elderberry is a common plant. That’s why there are numerous myths about it. It was considered to be the tree of life and so it was planted in many gardens. It is found in lowland forests, beside paths and roads and on riverbanks. In around June, it looks stunning as it has countless fragrant umbrella-shaped white umbels. In autumn, these turn into small, black, juicy berry-like stone fruits, which gave the black elderberry the epithet nigra (Latin: “niger” = black). Based on many years of experience, dried flowers of the black elderberry are also used as a traditional herbal medicinal product. That’s why the quality of the elderflower (Sambuci flos) is specified in the European Pharmacopoeia. Elderflowers are used to relieve the initial symptoms of a cold. There has not as yet been any research into which of its many ingredients (flavonoids, hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives, triterpenes, gums and essential oil) account for its diaphoretic and expectorant effect. The essential oil contributes over 60 components to the remarkable flavour that our spirit aimed to reproduce. These include cis-rose oxide (floral, rose, powdery), nerol oxide (green, floral, minty), hotrienol (sweet, tropical), nonanal (green, fresh, lemon), linalool (floral, citrus) and a-terpineol (floral), as well as hexanal and 3-(Z) hexenol (both fresh, green, and grassy). Our farmers in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania collected the wild flowers by hand. We used the fresh flowers to distil a wonderfully characteristic elder spirit. It has a range of flavours that will make you want to enjoy it neat, or use it to create spectacular cocktails and desserts.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 635 German Cornflower

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    No 635 German Cornflower

    16,50 69,00 

    {Centaurea cyanus}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    Cornflower blue is a deep vivid blue colour which has inspired humans down the ages. For Estonians it symbolizes their daily bread as it grows in cornfields. In Germany after unification in 1871, it became a symbol of the country as a whole. Vincent van Gogh immortalised them in his painting “Wheat Field with Cornflowers”. Cornflower was previously maligned and considered to be a weed on arable land, especially in cornfields. This is also how it came by its name. And it’s one of a kind. In addition to its magnificent colour, based on the cyanidin centaurocyanin, which unfortunately is not transferred to our spirit during distillation, it has a wonderfully sweet smell and exciting floral aromas that make this subtle spirit something quite unexpected. The fact that something that looks so great also has a very surprising and impressive taste, definitely means it deserves to be drunk and enjoyed. This spirit should be enjoyed neat to be fully appreciated, and its sweet, floral aromas lend a hitherto unfamiliar note to desserts and cocktails because, as far as we know, this is the first spirit made from cornflower.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 640 French Lavender Flowers

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    No 640 French Lavender Flowers

    16,50 69,00 

    {Lavandula angustifolia}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    Lavender inevitably makes one think of France and the vast lavender fields of Provence. And this is exactly where we obtained the organic lavender flowers used in our wonderful spirit, with its pleasantly fresh, woody-floral, balsamic-sweet to herbaceous notes. Once you smell and taste it, you’ll immediately understand why humankind has always used lavender flowers for a wide variety of purposes. The ancient Romans used it for washing and bathing. At the French court, on the other hand, its perfume was used instead of water to cleanse the body (because pathogenic properties were attributed to water). Even today, it is considered a traditional herbal medicinal product for internal or external use to treat anxiety or added to baths for circulatory disorders, for example. The Latin generic name “Lavandula” derives from the Latin word for washing (“lavare”) and the species epithet “angustifolia” refers to the narrow leaves of the plant, which we used to create another of our exclusive spirits. Now, if you ask what this spirit made from lavender flowers with the above-mentioned aromas typical of the variety should be used for, we recommend using it anywhere that you want to add a touch of Provencal sunshine.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 645 German Tulip Magnolia

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    No 645 German Tulip Magnolia

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    {Magnolia x soulangeana}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    Magnolias are a plant genus of the Magnoliaceae family consisting of around 250 species originating in East Asia or America. Its evolution probably dates back over 100 million years. The French botanist Plumier discovered the magnolia in the United States when he was researching new plants for Louis XIV. He dedicated it to his famous compatriot, the botanist Pierre Magnol, by giving it the name “magnolia”. The first of its genus was brought to France in 1740 by a dealer who travelled back and forth between Europe and America. Since then, it has become a plant that is cultivated in many gardens around the world. This is hardly surprising, as magnolias in bloom are among the most beautiful plants in the world. This magnificent tree with its luxuriant flowers can quite rightly be called the “Queen of the Woods”. The tulip magnolia that we use is the most widespread. Luckily, we were able to harvest the flowers of a magnolia tree in our own garden. Who else would allow their own tree to be stripped of all its beautiful blooms, whose appearance and fragrance awaken the joys of spring? A fragrance that blends mild creamy floral and transparent fruity, aquatic and slightly spicy to honeyed notes with a delicate hint of citrus. This makes our magnolia spirit as sublime and exclusive as the blooms themselves. It’s worth experimenting with it. You can also do that yourself with magnolia petals: they taste delicious raw in salads or fried in batter!

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 647 German Rose

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    No 647 German Rose

    16,50 79,00 

    {Rosa species}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    People have been fascinated since ancient times by the scent of roses. The Greeks bestowed the title “Queen of Flowers” upon the rose. Hardly surprising, therefore, that the inventive spirit of the Persians experimented with processing the raw material until they finally succeeded in condensing the vapour of boiling rose petals using an alembic, a copper helmet. This marked the start of the distillation era. The aim in ancient times was to obtain scented water used for freshening up. Today, essential rose oil made from the fresh petals and rose absolute, extracted from the flower buds, is one of the world’s most precious raw materials for perfume. So it’s hardly surprising that the scents of fresh organic flowers of a wide range of varieties supplied from a famous German rose-growing region hit us with all their intensity. If only we could capture it in a spirit! What would it taste like? These are questions that we always ask ourselves at the start of product development. In the case of the rose, the answer was particularly fascinating because one distillate was far and away the favourite on the nose during the tastings, and the other on the palate. We therefore opted for both varieties of wild rose, which have been cultivated in this country for centuries. The result is a heavenly spirit with a lasting rose fragrance and taste (sic), along with tea and honeyed spicy notes. Its impact is due to citronellol, geraniol and farnesol, along with rose oxide and 2-phenyl ethanol. It will taste delightful in cocktails, and also in desserts and dressings, or dishes from Arabic or French cuisine.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 79,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 225,71 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 650 German Aztec Marigold

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    No 650 German Aztec Marigold

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    {Tagetes erecta}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    The marigold is originally from South and Central America and has been cultivated since the 16th century. In the Far East, it is used mainly as a spice and medicinal plant, and in Europe, mainly as an ornamental plant, but its edible flowers are also used to decorate many a gourmet dish. It’s rather a shame that the lovely yellowy-orange colour of its beautiful flowers is left behind in the stillage – the residue of the solids and non-volatile components of the macerate – because one eats (and drinks) with one’s eyes. Our spirit made from tagetes – one of over 50 known varieties – is a clear, colourless product, containing volatile aromas that blend with the alcohol when it is distilled. This is an essential oil, with conflicting information about its composition in the literature, so we won’t list any information here. It’s enough to know how our spirit tastes without knowing the name of the causal principle. It tastes of the subtle aromas of anise and woodruff, which makes it somewhat resemble tarragon. A cool product that’s seeking its champion among chefs, mixologists and connoisseurs.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 675 Bosnian Chanterelle

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    No 675 Bosnian Chanterelle

    16,50 69,00 

    {Cantharellus cibarius}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    Chanterelle has been a popular edible mushroom since antiquity, and it has a compelling spicy-aromatic smell and taste that we have conveyed 1:1 in our spirit. If you are preparing a tasty sauce, for example, or adding that special touch to a mushroom ragout or simply want to see how its aroma compliments a game steak, you won’t be very interested in knowing that science discovered the aliphatic alcohol called 1-octene-3-ol is one of the main components of the mushroom aroma. Just taste it! Incidentally, our organic chanterelles are sourced from a wild collection in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where there are still enough of them thanks to sustainable harvesting. Elsewhere, stocks have been dwindling since the 1970s, as a result of the major environmental issue of the era: acid rain. Because the mycelium of the chanterelle (filamentous cells of the fungus in the soil) is very sensitive to the sulphurous acid which is a component of acid rain. This decline means that chanterelles should only be collected by private individuals in small quantities for individual consumption.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 680 Bosnian Porcino

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    No 680 Bosnian Porcino

    16,50 69,00 

    {Boletus edulis}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    We would have appreciated using German porcino, but we are not allowed to. In some countries, because they are a protected species, porcino may only – if at all – be collected by private individuals in small household quantities for their own consumption. As porcino cannot be cultivated, they can only be obtained in sufficient quantities for our purposes by wild collection in controlled areas. In Europe, these regions are found mainly in Romania and the countries of former Yugoslavia, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are rich stocks and the harvest is carried out in a sustainable manner, which means porcino will continue to delight future generations. To give pleasure to people today, we were able to capture in our spirit the wonderful walnut-like, earthy and mushroom-like aromas of organic porcino by particularly gentle maceration and distillation. It is, of course, an ideal ingredient for fine cuisine and can also be enjoyed neat by mushroom enthusiasts. For those interested in chemistry, by way of a postscript: using the analytical procedures of headspace chromatography with a sniffing port (i.e. a sniffer detector) it was possible to differentiate between the different substances responsible for the typical – especially when cut – fungal odour of porcino and identify them by their smell. It is a complex mixture of disparate ketones and alcohols, of which 1-octene-3-ol is the most important in terms of quantity.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 685 German Autumn Leaves

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    No 685 German Autumn Leaves

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    {Frons autumnalis}
    eau-de-vie/spirit

    Autumn leaves, seriously? We usually get an amazed, incredulous reaction when we mention this creation. But this product is exactly what DSM stands for: trying out new and totally unprecedented things. Even ideas that seem crazy are passed to product development. If what we expected emerges during the experimental optimisation, then it was worth the effort. If not, we’ve gained another valuable experience. But what can be expected of a spirit made from autumn leaves? Everyone probably has that captivating smell somewhere in their olfactory memory. The smells while walking through an autumnal park or forest keep us deeply grounded in nature because they make us aware of its cycle. This is precisely the smell that we captured in our spirit made from autumn foliage. We ventured out and collected newly-fallen leaves of one specific type of tree. Their beautiful yellowish to red colours were created by the breakdown of chlorophyll into carotenoids and anthocyanins. We immediately macerated the leaves, to preserve the typical notes. The tasting was the ultimate surprise, because in addition to the autumnal notes, we also detected amazing fruity notes that round off the unusual experience of this spirit. So it’s hardly surprising that it has already been used in various cocktail recipes. But where does the smell and taste actually come from? We’re not quite sure, but it’s probably a combination of the breakdown metabolic products in the leaves and the decomposition of the leaves by ray fungi occurring on the ground. This involves bacteria of the genus Streptomyces coelicolor, which produce earthy-smelling geosmin, among other things.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 700 Kraichgau Einkorn Wheat

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    No 700 Kraichgau Einkorn Wheat

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    {Triticum monococcum}
    brandy/spirit

    Einkorn wheat was domesticated more than 8,000 years ago in Turkey and the Middle East, which makes it one of the oldest grain varieties. The last meal of “Ötzi”, the 5,300-year-old mummy found in a glacier in the Tisenjoch mountain pass contained einkorn. In addition to the nutty taste of the grain – this was reason enough for us to brew a Korn spirit made from einkorn. As with all grain varieties, grain finely ground in a grist mill is then made into a paste by adding hot water to release the existing starch. Natural enzymes are then added to obtain the so-called sweet mash, as the enzymes cause the starch to decompose into sugar. Finally, the sugar is transformed into alcohol using specially selected yeast bacteria to produce the sour mash. Following gentle distillation, once the specific einkorn aroma was obtained, a wonderfully mild grain spirit was created, which Ötzi would have thoroughly enjoyed.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 59,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 168,57 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 705 Kraichgau Emmer Wheat

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    No 705 Kraichgau Emmer Wheat

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    {Triticum dicoccum}
    brandy/spirit

    Emmer (i.e. emmer wheat) is as old as einkorn. Its origins lie in the Middle East, where it has been cultivated for thousands of years. Nowadays, the hearty spicy tasting black emmer, which we also use, is most important. Like the other old grain varieties – einkorn or pure spelt – emmer is a spelt grain in which each individual grain is enclosed by a solid glume. Unlike naked wheat – this cannot be removed by threshing. In an additional elaborate production step, the husks are removed in a special hulling mill. This also explains why ancient grains are significantly more expensive than normal wheat, but we spared no expense or effort to create a unique, typical mild Korn grain spirit from this wonderful old grain variety.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 59,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 168,57 €/l)
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  • No 710 Kraichgau Oriental Wheat

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    No 710 Kraichgau Oriental Wheat

    16,50 59,00 

    {Triticum turanicum}
    brandy/spirit

    There are numerous legends about oriental wheat, which is also called kamut. It has been found as offerings in the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs. It is sometimes also called “prophet’s wheat” after the legend that Noah carried the grain on board the ark. We can say for sure that oriental wheat is a very ancient grain. According to the latest genetic research, it is a natural hybrid of durum wheat and so-called Polish wheat. It originated in the north-eastern province of Khorasan in Iran, hence the name. The grains of oriental wheat are three times as big as those of normal wheat, have a golden-yellow colour and a slightly buttery, nutty flavour. In the nose and on the palate, the resulting mild Korn grain spirit recalls fresh bread underpinned by fruity notes.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 59,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 168,57 €/l)
    Spray Bottle 19,50 € (50 ml, 50 % vol – 390,00 €/l)
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  • No 715 Kraichgau Forest Bush Rye

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    No 715 Kraichgau Forest Bush Rye

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    {Secale cereale}
    brandy/spirit

    Most grain eaux-de-vie are based on conventional rye or wheat. This cereal stopped being a natural plant thousands of years ago, to become a grass modified by humans. We deliberately chose ancient grain varieties as the basis of our eaux-de-vie to give our products a more intense taste. This wild rye is an ancient rye from the Kraichgau region in southwestern Germany, and its name reflects its cultivation in forest clearings. In some areas, it is called St John’s Rye, a reference to its early sowing date around the feast of St John (24th June). Its grains are significantly smaller than ordinary rye grain, but otherwise very similar. Our Korn eau-de-vie made from forest wild rye is significantly stronger than eaux-de-vie made from wheat grain and has a totally individual note.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 59,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 168,57 €/l)
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  • No 720 Kraichgau Blue Velvet Pure Spelt

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    No 720 Kraichgau Blue Velvet Pure Spelt

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    {Triticum spelta ‘Blue Velvet’}
    brandy/spirit

    The name “Blue Velvet” will remind almost everyone of the popular song from the 1950s, sung by Bobby Vinton, which catapulted to number one on the charts in 1963, as well as the more recent cover by Lana Del Rey. “Blue Velvet” is also the spelt enveloping the grain of this original pure spelt to protect it against predators. In the specialist literature, Blue Velvet was first mentioned in the mid-1850s, but its cultivation did not become widespread. Nowadays it is a protected exclusive product of our grain supplier and we have distilled a first-class grain spirit from it. Because spelt is a species of the wheat genus, our Korn eau-de-vie has a similar taste, i.e. it is mild with bready, fruity echoes.

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 59,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 168,57 €/l)
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  • No 750 Pharmacist’s Christmas Spirit

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    No 750 Pharmacist’s Christmas Spirit

    16,50 69,00 

    {Spiritus festivus}
    spirit

    The idea for our Christmas spirit came from an Advent tradition: every year on the last Sunday of Advent, friends come round for an Advent coffee gathering, at which mother’s unsurpassed home baked Christmas cookies and, of course, our home-made mulled wine, are served. The blend of a good red wine and around a dozen spices is regularly greeted so enthusiastically that we obviously had to use this recipe to create a spirit. However, this turned out to be a lot more difficult than we initially imagined. As the taste of red wine as an important stabilising basis is absent, the individual components emerged too strongly in our early attempts. That’s why after our internal tastings, we kept changing the quantities of ingredients. But in the end, the pharmacist’s meticulousness and patience paid off and resulted in a beautifully balanced spirit, which legally must be labelled as a spirit drink. Christmassy aromas of rich citrus, cinnamon, various classic gingerbread spices and, of course, a hint of vanilla, are smoothly blended in our particularly fine alcohol. You’re guaranteed to enjoy the Christmas spirit even in summer!

    Small Apothecary Bottle 16,50 € (50 ml, 42 % vol – 330,00 €/l)
    Classic Apothecary Bottle 69,00 € (350 ml, 42 % vol – 197,14 €/l)
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  • Workshop Geist/Gin Distillation

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    Workshop Geist/Gin Distillation

    175,00 

    Workshop Geist/Gin Distillation

    If you are interested in our craft, or maybe even always wanted try distilling and even make your own personal gin, our workshop will be just right for you! In around 3.5 to 4 hours, we’ll teach you the basics of distillation – from preparing and cleaning the raw materials, to maceration or mashing, gentle distillation, ending with maturation and dilution to drinking strength. With expert guidance, you’ll distil your own spirit or gin in a small copper pot still, which you can then take home. We also serve a light meal. We’ll get in touch a week before the event, so that you can select the right distillate for you and we can start it up.

    Tastings & Workshops are only open to people over 18. If you are unable to attend a session, please phone us well in advance and we will no doubt be able to find a satisfactory solution. However, please note that firm bookings for tastings and workshops are non-refundable. No claims for compensation can be made.

    Workshop Geist/Gin Distillation 175,00 €/per personmax 10-20 persons / Duration approx. 3,5h
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  • Tastings & Tours

    15,00 75,00 

    Tastings & Tours

    15,00 75,00 

    Every first Friday of the month, a guided tour of our distillery starts at 2 pm. It gives you a look behind the scenes. It ends with a tasting of our distillates, and you’ll receive our cocktail book to take home. You should allow approximately 90 minutes for the whole event.

     

    Tastings & Workshops are only open to people over 18. If you are unable to attend a session, please phone us well in advance and we will no doubt be able to find a satisfactory solution. However, please note that firm bookings for tastings and workshops are non-refundable. No claims for compensation can be made.

     

    Tour 15,00 €/per person / approx. 1,5h 
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  • Almanac

    19,90 

    Almanac

    19,90 

    Our Almanac offers a first-class overview of the DSM world. Our pharmacist has put his knowledge of our products down on paper here. In addition to specialist information, there are also personal and historical anecdotes about each product. It also contains other interesting facts and hand-drawn illustrations. The perfect reference book when enjoying our products. This classy volume will be an asset to any bar.

    Almanac 19,90 € / A5 with 208 pages and 100 color illustrations
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  • Cocktail Library

    14,90 

    Cocktail Library

    14,90 

    This masterpiece by our mixologists provides the perfect inspiration when using our distillates behind the bar. It contains many classic cocktails, re-interpreted using DSM-products, and is illustrated by colourful sketches. A must for beginners and professionals, which will be extremely useful in bars.

    Cocktailbook 14,90 € / A6 with 206 pages and 100 b/w illustrations
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