Liqueur Wenneker, Triple Sec, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Wenneker, Triple Sec, 0.7 L
Liquor transparent white refrigerated cloudy.
Triple Sec has a slightly spicy, sweet flavor with citrus notes. Give a special piquancy drink essential oils Angosturovogo and cinchona.
In the saturated citrus flavors stand out most clearly citrus tones.
Triple Sec liqueur is part of the popular Margarita and many other multi-component drinks. It is often used in cooking to prepare various dishes, sweets and confectionery.
A very popular liqueur Triple Sec Wenneker company produces according to the old, time-tested recipe. The drink is made on the basis of the distillate obtained from oranges and three varieties of apples Curacao. These fruits are specially brought from the island of Curacao, which is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and is located in the Caribbean Sea. They are more similar to orange with a bitter taste and give liquor characteristic sharp-spicy tinge. Of particular originality give the final product essential oils derived from the bark of the cinchona tree and Angostura.
The distillation process takes place using high boilers brewing of copper, which in this case is very important, as this affects the metal during the process, but does not allow foreign flavor product distillation. Distillation has been only an experienced master, as it had organoleptically taste and aroma of the resulting product can be divided into three parts (sections) - first, middle and final. For the manufacture of liquor is only an average cut. In order to obtain the desired flavor of the product, depending on the recipe of cooking, mixing specialists produce a distillate of the extract and other components. Then ready to drink for "rest" is placed in barrels or containers with high volume. Before automatic bottling necessarily made the ultimate control taste and liquor% alcohol content.
The title of "Best in Class" - international competition wines and spirits in 2008, the category of alcoholic fruit Citrus.
In ancient documents preserved the exact date of the creation of the distillery in the town Wenneker Schiedam (Netherlands). It was 16 February 1693 Hendrik far Stiman received permission to install two boilers for distillation in order to further the production of brandy. In 1812, the estate became the master Johann Venneker, but in 1903, his great-grandson of Francis because of the lack of heirs was forced to sell the company to a local brewer named Cornelius Johannes van der Thuine. In subsequent years, the family business became successful development. By 1967, the factory area has failed to meet the growing needs of production, so there was a question about the extension. However, in Schiedam is not allowed to do, and the management decided to move the factory in Roosendaal. The city is located between the ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam, and therefore is very convenient in terms of logistics. This is the fourth generation of the family Van der Tuijn engaged in the production of alcoholic beverages, which has become known not only at home, but also entered the international market. The company dates back several centuries of history, for the production of distillates, extracts, tinctures and extracts used all over the world brought in by the best raw materials (berries, fruits, seeds, roots, herbs, seeds, bark, flowers). Today Venneker keeps up with the times and continues to grow, but remain unchanged original basic recipes from the 17th century and the high quality of the drinks, which is always a top priority for Wenneker Distilleries.