The story of Brøndums Snaps is also the story of one of the last-century brandy families of the past century. Brøndums Snaps is a traditional snaps whose roots date back to 1840 when the burner wine maker Anthon Brøndum (1809-1873) founded his burner in Snaregade in Copenhagen. Anthon Brøndum inherited the interest and passion for the distillation art from his father – the burned burner burner CA Brøndum (1777-1846). However, Anthon Brøndum’s great passion was spicy and in connection with the foundation of A. Brøndums & Søn in 1840, the complex and tasteful Brøndum Kummensnaps (akvavit) was launched and is thus the oldest, present-day snaps in Denmark. Anthon Brøndums has rightly been given the name “Akvavite’s master craftsman”. Later, Anthon’s son Alfred (1840-1893) also joined the company, and together they produced a number of highly acclaimed snaps.
Crystal clear in colour. The restrained caraway aroma is slightly dry in nature and contains hints of liquorice and yellow blossoms. On the palate is a hint of cloves with a slightly bitter finish.