arrow-left icon arrow-right icon behance icon cart icon chevron-left icon chevron-right icon comment icon cross-circle icon cross icon expand-less-solid icon expand-less icon expand-more-solid icon expand-more icon facebook icon flickr icon google-plus icon googleplus icon instagram icon kickstarter icon link icon mail icon menu icon minus icon myspace icon payment-amazon_payments icon payment-american_express icon ApplePay payment-cirrus icon payment-diners_club icon payment-discover icon payment-google icon payment-interac icon payment-jcb icon payment-maestro icon payment-master icon payment-paypal icon payment-shopifypay payment-stripe icon payment-visa icon pinterest-circle icon pinterest icon play-circle-fill icon play-circle-outline icon plus-circle icon plus icon rss icon search icon tumblr icon twitter icon vimeo icon vine icon youtube icon

Apple Brandy - Calvados

Fantastic range of Calvados & local Apple Brandy

Apple Brandy - Calvados
Certification:
Calvados Pays d'Auge (Certified Designation of Origin)
Ageing:
Between 2 and 3 years in oak barrels
Tasting:
First smell: newly picked apples cooked in butter – followed by refreshing hints of mint. After several minutes, frank apple aroma.
Serving suggestion:
Fruity alcohol partic...
+ ADD
Cancel
Certification:
Calvados Pays d'Auge (Certified Designation of Origin)
Ageing:
Between 2 and 3 years in oak barrels
Tasting:
First smell: newly picked apples cooked in butter – followed by refreshing hints of mint. After several minutes, frank apple aroma.
Serving suggestion:
Fruity alcohol partic...
+ ADD
Cancel
Tasmanian style apple brandy!

The still is a Charentais alembic still, the design used in Normandy (France) to produce Calvados Pays d'Auge. The Charentais alembic still was designed in the early 16th century in the Cognac region of France where it is still used for fine Cognac production. They ...
+ ADD
Cancel
Tasmanian style apple brandy!

The still is a Charentais alembic still, the design used in Normandy (France) to produce Calvados Pays d'Auge. The Charentais alembic still was designed in the early 16th century in the Cognac region of France where it is still used for fine Cognac production. They ...
+ ADD
Cancel