Berliner Brandstifter Undergoes Several Distillation Processes

By: Ole Müggenburg - Published: May 7, 2011 • References: berlinerbrandstifter & nytimes
Berliner Brandstifter, a seven-fold filtered grain spirit – or Korn – from Berlin, is spreading like wildfire through the bars, restaurants and clubs of the capital. Sparks are already flying in the rest of the country and abroad.

It stands out, thanks to its exceptional purity and its particularly mild flavour. Every bottle is handcrafted and one-of-a-kind. Brandstifter is only produced in small quantities of 1000 bottles at a time, bottled by hand and numbered.

Berliner Brandstifter undergoes several distillation processes, thus achieving a maximum degree of purity. Unique to the production process is the seven-fold filtration, which ensures impurities that affect aroma and taste (and contribute to hangovers!) are effectively eliminated, while preserving the fine flavour. Stats for Exclusive High-Purity Booze Trending: Older & Chilly
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