The Wild Alps Schnapz Pear Vodka - 50cl
St. Gallen Vodka made from pears and wheat.
Novel vodka based on pear, bottled in a simple, cylindrical clear glass bottle with an imprinted, eye-catching lettering and with a simple cork closure
The name giver of the "Maund" rum of the Swiss brand The Wild Alps is the English banker and enthusiastic mountaineer and hunter John Oakley Maund, who is particularly famous for his ascents in the Montblanc massif. At the end of the 19th century, Maund had a total of three villas built in Weggis on Lake Lucerne, in Schoppernau in Vorarlberg and in Austria as starting points for his alpine adventurers.
The architect of the villas was the Englishman William Morris. The three houses in the unmistakable English cottage style have been preserved to this day. Most famous, however, is the legendary Villa Maund. Many celebrities of the time were guests there, and even the German Crown Prince - and later Kaiser - Wilhelm used the villa at times as a hunting lodge. Villa Maund thus became a source of inspiration for the creations of The Wild Alps.
The Schnapz Pear Vodka from The Wild Alps consists exclusively of pear and wheat. To create this drink, the experts combined the traditional Alpine craftsmanship of fruit distilling with the distillation method for vodka. The Schnapz (!) Does not contain any additives such as sugar or flavorings. In terms of both aroma and taste, it is clearly reminiscent of the fresh Williams pear. The distillery recommends using the pear vodka Tonic water and enjoy lots of ice cream.
Bottle content: 50cl
Alcohol content: 40%
Country of origin: Switzerland
Canton / Region: St. Gallen
Type: Flavored Vodka
Use: As a martini or long drink Tonic water and ice cream