The finest is kirsch (eau de vie de kirsch in French and kirschwasser in German), which is a white brandy distilled from wild cherries and their pits, both of which are crushed. It is so refined it takes 32 bushels to arrive at one liter. The pits give a wonderful hint of almond, a flavor that complements the flavor of cherries nicely.
A lesser kind is made without the pits, the cherries are merely soaked with alcohol for some time. The Germans call this kirsch-geist or cherry-ghost, rather an accurate description.
Facts About The Brandy
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.