2 x Miniatures 20 ml.
Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum) is a perennial plant with long, crisp, fleshy and glossy stalks.
The leaves are large and triangular shaped. Harvesting begins in June, with the option of a second harvest in late August.
Traditionally the rhubarb stalks are used in Iceland for making caramelized jam, pies and porridge. It is prized for its rich mineral content. In simpler olden times, a tender stick of rhubarb dipped in sugar, was a common and affordable sweet for the children of Iceland.
64° Reykjavik Distillery’s rhubarb liqueur captures the freshness and purity of Icelandic nature and brings out a new dimension in rhubarb flavour.
Established in 2009 64°Reykjavik Distillery is the first Icelandic distillery of its kind. Its a family run, independent micro-distillery. 64°Reykjavik spirits are handcrafted from Icelandic nature to your glass. Many desire knowledge of the Reykjavik methods, as it’s believed that those were presented to the Distillery by a local elf named Benedikt who had been assigned by its king to present the knowledge to the man-world. The methods include: natural infusion, small batch distillation and sustainability sourced, locally harvested ingredients. Maybe this explains the mysterious depth of the flavours from 64°Reykjavik Distillery.
Skál and hail to the elf.