The sea buckthorn is the lemon of the north - the very thorny shrub with silver leaves and orange-yellow shining berries is predominantly native to the north of Germany and colonizes here mainly the sandy beaches of the coasts and the offshore islands of the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Sea buckthorn from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is used in our sea buckthorn brandy. Larger quantities of wild fruits are hard to come by and very expensive. In addition, the berries, which are usually quite low in sugar, make the production of a brandy very costly. But the price definitely pays off in taste - it is not for nothing that sea buckthorn enjoys such great popularity and is processed in all kinds of variations.
Due to the mysterious death of sea buckthorn caused by a fungal infestation in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, there is no longer a sea buckthorn harvest, and our remaining stocks have thus become a rarity.
- Beautiful notes of pumpkin and freshly split willow wood with subtle hints of egg yolk on the nose. In the mouth, a delicate, slightly acidic, sea buckthorn-like spiciness follows, and after swallowing, the fruity taste lingers on the tongue and palate.