Aromatique has an inspired history as a traditional digestive spice liqueur of premium quality produced in accordance with the original recipe dating back to 1876. True apothecary liqueur hand-crafted in Germany. A refined bitter with a sweet, spicy flavor made entirely from high quality spices. Produced using carefully selected, premium spices and all-natural ingredients, with no artificial flavors added. The use of a vintage, 65 year-old spice grinder enhances the deep aromas and rich spice profile. 40% alc/vol
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 92 points - Burnt umber with fiery flecks. Aromas of fresh and dried herbs along with baking spices are pungent. Light in the mouth, the flavors of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg are well matched with dry herb flavors. Crisp and clean. (Mar 2015)
The origin of Aromatique dates back to 1828 when it was conceived as a remedy during an epidemic in Germany’s Thuringia region. The state-of-the-art production facility of today belies the expansive heritage behind the brand. The owners, an independent family firm, honors the legacy by directing operations with impassioned care and respect– selecting only premium ingredients, adhering to the original recipe and using traditional production methods. All aspects of production are meticulously quality-controlled, from the gentle processing of the extract and refining the distillate, to bottling in the custom, angular bottle, the style of the original Kramer’s Aromatique. The secretly guarded recipe is a blend of carefully selected, premium spices. This iconic liqueur has a deep caramel hue, is beautifully aromatic, and its bold flavor is distinctively rich in spice, with sweetness balanced nicely by a touch of bitterness.
|Serve at room temperature or slightly chilled to bring out the pure spice essence. Lovely with a fine beer or ale. Great in cocktail recipes. Enjoy as an aperitif or digestive around a fine meal. Extraordinary ingredient for making authentic spiced, mulled wine– Gluhwein.
Aromatique is also well-suited to enhance culinary recipes. Add Aromatique to pancake batter for a warm hint of spice. Elevate Baked Ham by using Aromatique in the glaze and basting liquid.