Gammel Dansk translates as "The Old Dane" and is an important part of Danish culinary culture and is now well known beyond the country's borders.
The Gammel Dansk appears in a dark brown in the glass and spreads its variety of aromas, ranging from wild red berries to star anise, nutmeg, anise, ginger,bay leaf and gentian to bitter orange and cinnamon.
On the palate, this spirit from Denmark is a spicy aromatic bitter with the aromas of red berries and spices such as anise, ginger, vermouth and liquorice.
Production of the Gammel Dansk
Bitter are herbal spirits with predominantly bitter taste, which are usually produced by soaking and leaching herbs, spices and other ingredients in alcohol.
Gammel Dansk is made from 29 herbs and spices from all over the world, the recipe for this is secret. The aromas of the various herbs and spices develop in the finest high-purity alcohol. The most important ingredients for the typical taste are vermouth, licorice, and ginger.
Serving recommendation for the Gammel Dansk
Enjoy this Danish bitter at room temperature or ice-cold.
|Type of spirit:||Amaro - Bitter|
|Aromas & Palate Notes:||vegetable / vegetal , spicy|
|Glass Recommendation:||Sherry Glass/ Nosing Glass|
|Occasion & Theme:||family event , Party|
|Bottle Design & Features:||classic|
|Bottle size in L:||0,7|
|Alcohol % ABV:||38,0|
|Distributor:||Arcus AS - Destilleriveien 11 - Gjelleråsen - 1483 Hagan - Norwegen|
|Allergens & Misc. Ingredients:||contains sulfites and sulfur dioxide|