The Dirndlgeist tastes sweet and fruity, with hints of herbs and grass. On the palate delicate highlights of cherry and blackberry. The distillate finishes with finely sweet aromas of caramel.
The Dirndl – not an article of clothing in this case, but rather a Cornelian cherry – has been flourishing in the Pielach Valley for some eight thousand years – so much so that the valley is also known as the ‘Dirndltal’. One special attribute of this wild fruit is its particularly high Vitamin C content. The cherries for our Dirndlgeist are macerated in purest grain spirit before being gently distilled.
Our Dirndlgeist is best enjoyed at room temperature, between 18–20°C