Schnaps

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Hollander Distillery Schnaps is a fine alcoholic drink produced from various fruits. Our fruits are all home grown, and come to our distillery direct from local farmers from the Mountains of Jerusalem, Judea, The Golan Heights and The Beit Shaan Valley, as well as many other areas of the country.

Pick from our Incredible Flavours

1. Apple Schnaps - Made with apples fresh from the Golan Heights. The taste is clear and smooth with the delicate aroma and flavor of apple. Best served at room temperature. 40% abv

2. Apple & Cinnamon Schnaps - Our apple strudel schnaps is made from apples direct from the Golan Heights. During the process fresh cinnamon is infused in the schnaps. Best served at room temperature and especially good when served with a sweet dessert. 39% abv

3. Fig Schnaps - Made from fresh figs from the Beit Shaan Valley. This has a delicate production and has the distinct aroma and delicate flavor of fresh figs. 40% abv

4. Eau de Vie White - A blend of the Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Judean Hills. This is made from grapes that are harvested late in the season and the drink has a very distinct taste of grapes and of a fruity white wine. 47% abv

Product Details: Each bottle is 500ml, Certified Mehadrin Kosher by Mateh Yehuda Rabbinate
Specialties :
Biodynamic
Collectible
Estate
Gluten Free
Kosher
Natural
Non-Alcoholic
No Sulfites Added
Organic
Vegan
Vintage
Additional Info: Family-run distillery based in Jerusalem, specializing in handcrafted spirits made with local ingredients. The business was founded in Europe in 1930, but was closed due to the second world war. Now Hollander Distillery has been reestablished and rebuilt in The Holy Land of Israel!
Delivery: Only locally
Shipping Policy: Please specify your choice of flavour(s) with your order.
Supply Info:
Caters to Events
Wholesale
Custom
Also available at these physical locations: At our distillery & at local stores. For a list of local stores please visit our website
Keywords: Cocktail, brandy, Schnaps, Alcohol, bar, distillery, Traditional

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