The story of Brøndums Snaps is also the story of one of the last-century brandy families of the past century. Brøndums Snaps is a traditional snaps whose roots date back to 1840 when the burner wine maker Anthon Brøndum (1809-1873) founded his burner in Snaregade in Copenhagen. Anthon Brøndum inherited the interest and passion for the distillation art from his father – the burned burner burner CA Brøndum (1777-1846). However, Anthon Brøndum’s great passion was spicy and in connection with the foundation of A. Brøndums & Søn in 1840, the complex and tasteful Brøndum Kummensnaps (akvavit) was launched and is thus the oldest, present-day snaps in Denmark. Anthon Brøndums has rightly been given the name “Akvavite’s master craftsman”. Later, Anthon’s son Alfred (1840-1893) also joined the company, and together they produced a number of highly acclaimed snaps.
Brøndum’s clear Snaps is an aquavit that has been beautifully rounded off with malt and acacia honey. Spice, citrus and coriander are evident on the palate, some sweetness. Licorice and floral notes on a bitter finish.