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Brandies & Spirits

Old-fashioned pubs and old men - that was the common image of fruit brandy for a long time. High time to dispel this myth, because fruit brandies are very much in vogue.


In addition to the classics such as Williams pear and plum brandy, we have expanded our range to include numerous varieties. In this way, we are finally giving fruit brandy the piecemeal image it deserves. During the meal, fruit brandies can accompany a menu - or even be used in it, for example to refine sauces or desserts. As a good glass of digestif, a fruit brandy rounds off the menu perfectly. But not only with food, fruit brandies also provide an excellent, aromatic alcohol base for cocktails such as the Williams Sour.


Fruit brandy or fruit spirit - what is the difference? Fruit brandy is a spirit made from sugary fruits such as pears, apples or plums. The fruits are crushed and subjected to alcoholic fermentation by adding yeast. During the subsequent distillation, the resulting alcohol is then distilled out. We do this using the traditional rough and fine distillation method. This means that it is distilled twice.

In contrast to fruit brandy, berries, nuts or vegetables with little or no sugar content are used for fruit spirits. The raw materials for the spirit are not fermented, but rather fortified. In this method, the raw material is macerated, the aromas are extracted with the help of neutral alcohol. After some time of maceration, the alcoholic mixture is distilled, which has now taken on the aromas of the fruit.

This is exactly how our brandies and spirits are created.

Old-fashioned pubs and old men - that was the common image of fruit brandy for a long time. High time to dispel this myth, because fruit brandies are very much in vogue.


In addition to the classics such as Williams pear and plum brandy, we have expanded our range to include numerous varieties. In this way, we are finally giving fruit brandy the piecemeal image it deserves. During the meal, fruit brandies can accompany a menu - or even be used in it, for example to refine sauces or desserts. As a good glass of digestif, a fruit brandy rounds off the menu perfectly. But not only with food, fruit brandies also provide an excellent, aromatic alcohol base for cocktails such as the Williams Sour.


Fruit brandy or fruit spirit - what is the difference? Fruit brandy is a spirit made from sugary fruits such as pears, apples or plums. The fruits are crushed and subjected to alcoholic fermentation by adding yeast. During the subsequent distillation, the resulting alcohol is then distilled out. We do this using the traditional rough and fine distillation method. This means that it is distilled twice.

In contrast to fruit brandy, berries, nuts or vegetables with little or no sugar content are used for fruit spirits. The raw materials for the spirit are not fermented, but rather fortified. In this method, the raw material is macerated, the aromas are extracted with the help of neutral alcohol. After some time of maceration, the alcoholic mixture is distilled, which has now taken on the aromas of the fruit.

This is exactly how our brandies and spirits are created.

Cherry brandy barrique
Barrel aged stone fruit brandy from two sweet cherry varieties
from
10,90 € *
Limited
Spirit of the Rosa Rugosa
Flower and fruit of the Rosa Rugosa
from
12,00 € *
Truffle spirit
Spirit from the black autumn truffle Uncinato
from
12,00 € *
Williams pear brandy
Pome fruit brandy from the Williams Christ pear from meadow orchards from the Franconian region
from
8,90 € *
Hazelnut spirit
Hazelnut Spirit made from roasted hazelnuts from Piedmont in Italy, flavored with natural vanilla and cocoa.
from
9,90 € *
Quince brandy
Pome fruit brandy from quinces from private gardens in Bremen
from
9,90 € *
Fruit brandy Overseas
Pome fruit brandy cuvee from the Williams Christ pear and the Golden Delicious apple
from
7,90 € *
Plum brandy
Stone fruit brandy from the Franconian house plum
from
9,90 € *
Peach brandy
Stone fruit brandy from the vineyard peach from Spain
from
9,90 € *
Walnut spirit
Nut spirit from southern France dried walnuts
from
9,90 € *
Sloe brandy
Wild fruit brandy from wild sloes from Bulgaria
from
12,00 € *
Wild raspberry brandy
Berry spirit from the forest raspberry from the forests of Romania
from
9,90 € *
Fruit brandy apple & pear
Pome fruit brandy Cuvee from the Williams Christ pear and the Golden Delicious apple
from
7,90 € *
Celery spirit
Vegetable spirit from the celeriac "Monarch" from Dithmarschen in Schleswig-Holstein
from
9,90 € *
Red Beet spirit
Vegetable spirit from the fresh red beet "Round Chioggia" from the district of Diepholz in Lower Saxony
from
9,90 € *
Mirabelle plum brandy
Stone fruit brandy from the mirabelle of Nancy
from
9,90 € *
Apricot brandy
Stone fruit brandy from the Bergeron apricot from southern France
from
9,90 € *
Hazelnut spirit barrique
Barrel-aged nut spirit made from roasted hazelnuts from Piedmont
from
10,90 € *
Plum brandy barrique
Barrel-aged stone fruit brandy from the Franconian house plum
from
10,90 € *
Elderberry brandy
Wild fruit brandy from wild elderberries (lilac berries) from northern Germany
from
12,00 € *
Cherry brandy
Stone fruit brandy from sweet cherries
from
9,90 € *
Rowanberry brandy
Wild fruit brandy from Moravian wild sweet berries of mountain ash
from
12,00 € *
Asparagus spirit
Vegetable spirit from white asparagus from the district of Nienburg in Lower Saxony
from
9,90 € *
Recipes
Apricot Libre
Apricot Libre
Cuba Libre is not fruity enough for you? Then here's the perfect variation for you!
Apricot Sour
Apricot Sour
Only three ingredients are needed to mix this all-around delicious cocktail.
Hazelnut Sour
Hazelnut Sour
A special sour that always fits especially in the winter season.
Raspberry Mojito
Raspberry Mojito
Mojito is a real classic - with our forest raspberry spirit it becomes especially fruity!
Quince Sour
Quince Sour
A fruity cocktail for all sour fans.
Williams Sour
Williams Sour
Fancy a Piekfeinen Sour? Then be sure to try our version with Williams pear.
Williams tonic
Williams tonic
The fruity pear and bitter tonic water give this drink its wonderful taste.