This amazing pálinka uses "Kékfrankos" as its base fruit, which is a grape variety from Central Europe, first mentioned in Austria in the 18th century. Similar names include Blaufränkisch, Blauer Limberger or Lemberger, Limberger. The German name (Lemberger) refers to the Duchy of Lemberg in present-day Slovenia, which was once part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. According to a recent survey, Kékfrankos has more than forty name variants in Eastern and Central Europe.
- Fruit Type
- Grape and Pomace
- Small (0.35 L)
- Premium Pálinka
Aromas reminiscent of red berries, a sour-sweet fruity taste. It was made for gourmets with great care and attention.