International spirits 2017-10-03T14:59:07+00:00
Horvath’s International Spirits

J.A. Baczewski products from Altvater Gessler J.A. Baczewski International

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J.A. BACZEWSKI
VODKA MONOPOLOVA
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J.A. BACZEWSKI
POMARANCZOWKA
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J.A. BACZEWSKI
HAZELNUT
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J.A. BACZEWSKI
OVOVIT
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JEZINOWKA BLACKBERRY
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VODKA
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GIN
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WISNIOWKA CHERRY
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MORELOWKA APRICOT
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PIOLUNOWKA
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Grappa d´Italia

distilled entirely from Chadonnay pomace

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GRAPPA
D’ITALIA
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GRAPPA IN
WOOD BOX
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What is Grappa?

The flavour of grappa, like that of wine, depends on the type and quality of the grapes used, as well as the specifics of the distillation process. Grappa is made by distilling the skins, pulp, seeds, and stems (i.e., the pomace) left over from winemaking after pressing the grapes. It was originally made to prevent waste by using these leftovers. A similar drink, known as acquavite d’uva, is made by distilling whole must.

Absinthe Sina & Mephisto Absinthe

Finest Absinth-spirit with fennel, anise, melissa and hyssop

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ABSINTHE
MEPHISTO
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ABSINTHE MEPHISTO
IN WOODBOX
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ABSINTHE SINA
BOTTLE
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ABSINTHE SINA
SMALL BOTTLE
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Cachaça Sapupara

Gold and Silver – our wood barrel aged spirits

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CACHACA
SAPUPARA SILVER
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CACHACA
SAPUPARA GOLD
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Cachaça

Cachaça is just beginning to make its mark worldwide. In 1532, the Portuguese moved sugar production to Brazil and distillation of the plant into cachaça began shortly thereafter.
Cachaça is made from cane juice pressed straight out of raw sugarcane stalks. The fresh juice is fermented and then distilled into the beloved Brazilian beverage. Some rums, usually labeled as Rhum Agricole, are made in the same way, earning cachaça the name “Brazilian rum” in certain places. The major difference between cachaça and common rum is in the juice: most rum is distilled from sugarcane juice that has been processed into molasses, which has a higher sugar content. This makes cachaça have a more grassy, herbaceous flavor than its relative.