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Becherovka 1L is a distilled liquor from 32 herbs and roots with a slightly bitter taste. It's manufactured in the northern city of Bohemia known as Karlovy Vary, in the Check Republic. It's recommended to serve it as an appetizer or a digestive drink. It tastes better if drunk alone, very cold, nerly frozen or in some cases mixed with a tonic water.
Elaboration of Becherovka 1L
- Color: Becherovka 1L has a golden colour
- Smell: smells of spices and fresh herbs
- Mouth: presents a bittersness, cinnamon and cloves nail
WINEMAKING: The weighing and mixing herbs are performed once a week, one of the two connoisseurs recipe, isolated inside a vault. Then, the mixture is introduced into bags which are immersed in a tank filled with alcohol. After one week, the resulting liquid is poured into a oak barrels, where it is mixed with water and natural sugars, resting for three months. The contents of all barrels are combined to a uniform taste.
Becherovka, pronounced “beck-ur-OHV-kuh”, is a 200-year-old liqueur from the Czech Republic. The distinctive flavour of this oak-barrel-aged secret blend of herbs and spices has made Becherovka the most well-known and most popular alcoholic beverage in the Czech Republic. These herbal bitters are used as a digestive aid or as an ingredient in mixed drinks.More about the Producer