Schnaps Schladerer, Schwarzwaelder Kirschwasser, 700 ml
Cherry schnapps Shladerer thanks to the double distillation has a very soft, but rich flavor, which pronounced notes of ripe cherries.
Soft, rich flavor notes of Black Forest cherry sounds.
Schnapps Schladerer Schwarzwaelder Kirschwasser ideal as a digestif, and is excellently combined with hearty meat dishes traditional German cuisine: Munich sausages, baked ham, hot Kassel, schnitzel, etc. Serve chilled or schnapps of ice can be used as diluted with a little water.
Great importance is attached here the place of origin and quality of the fruit harvest, because the company's slogan, which can be seen on each bottle, it sounds like: "The Art of enjoyment fruit." Therefore, for the manufacture of its products Shladerer house uses only the freshest and perfectly ripe fruit and berries.
Shladerer schnapps made in the traditional way, according to which the beverage fermentation occurs naturally without added sugar. After the end of fermentation schnapps is distilled twice in copper pot stills, reminiscent of a brandy. The distillate obtained the highest quality, the strength of which is 65-70% within 2 years stored in glass containers ventilated, whereby the percentage of alcohol is greatly reduced, and the taste of the future of schnapps becomes more rounded. After 2 years of aging schnapps goes double testing in the laboratory and only then blended with pure spring water, which is extracted from its own mountain stream in the Alps. The final touch that confirms the originality and high quality of the drink is wax seal, which is applied to each bottle of schnapps Shladerer.
Cherry schnapps Shladerer made with only the ripe cherries Black Forest, it is here in the south of Germany, nature has created ideal conditions for growing these juicy fruits. Harvesting begins in July, when cherries are at the peak of ripeness. Collect them only manually, but in order to put the berries in a juicer without damage they are transported to the plant in small killogrammovyh 10 wooden boxes. The company does not even have the right to use as a raw material cherries grown in any other region of Germany, as the name itself schnapps sounds like a Black Forest cherry.