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Black Forest Kirsch

Brandy made from sweet cherries

42% Vol.

More about the fruit

Grown in the foothills of the Black Forest at altitudes of 200–300 m. The south-westerly aspect of the slopes protects against cold easterly winds, while the slight elevation prevents the fruit from becoming too warm during the ripening period from May to July. The main varieties are the Dollenseppler, Schwarze Schüttler and Benjaminler.

Flavor: Highly aromatic bouquet of cherries combined with delicate nuances reminiscent of almonds, powerful in the mouth with a harmonious, mild finish.

 

Nose: Intense, aromatic bouquet of cherries, followed by a very subtle bitter almond aroma. The scent of the fruit is always in the foreground, discreetly accompanied by hints of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves.

 

Palate: Powerful, full-bodied, aromatic, smooth and round. Lives up to the intense aroma, while subtle flavors of dark chocolate lend added depth. A long finish with a lasting cherry taste.

 

Recommendation: For an indulgent treat, enjoy with a strong, flavorful espresso or dark chocolate.

bottle
19,00 €

miniature bottle
2,00 €

gift-wrapped bottle
20,00 €

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Black Forest Kirsch

From the foothills of the Black Forest


Black Forest Kirsch

Black Forest cherries

Our famous Kirsch is made from sweet cherries from the foothills of the Black Forest. Cherries are traditionally grown at altitudes of 200–300 m. The south-westerly aspect of the slopes protects against cold easterly winds, while the slight elevation prevents the fruit from becoming too warm during the ripening period from May to July. Dollenseppler, Schwarze Schüttler and Benjaminler are the main varieties used in our Black Forest Kirsch.

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