Etter Framboise Raspberry Brandy
  • Category Brandy
  • Country Switzerland
  • Distillery Etter
  • Age NAS
  • Style Brandy
  • Alcohol 41%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • raspberry
  • earthy
  • fruit
  • sweet
  • mineral
  • dry
  • fragrant
  • berries
  • savoury

Etter

Framboise Raspberry Brandy (0.375l, 41%)
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Character Goatson
Fragrant, juicy, and utterly delicious, this raspberry Spirit is an explosion of fruitiness.

In the early 1800s, local Swiss farmer Johann Baptist Etter was growing his crops and distilled what’s left to earn a little extra money. But this little side-line operation started to grow and his son Paul opened a production distillery in 1870 making cherry Eau de Vie. The company would continue to grow over the years and always stayed in the family. But it wasn’t until 1981 that they branched out into other fruit Brandies and Whiskies. In 2020 the company celebrated one hundred and fifty years of producing quality Swiss Spirit.

This Raspberry Eau de Vie is meant to invoke childhood memories of picking fresh, juicy berries. Make no mistake, there is none of that artificially-flavored ethanol business here ― this is a properly crafted Spirit where the raspberries are painstakingly macerated in high-percentage distillate in accordance with Etter's old recipe. Crafted drop by drop, the resulting Spirit is matured in stainless steel tanks, in the end producing an immensely fragrant and fruity 82-proof expression that's a perfect digestif. Try pouring a shot into a glass of Champagne for a truly delightful drink! 
  • Category Brandy
  • Country Switzerland
  • Distillery Etter
  • Age NAS
  • Style Brandy
  • Alcohol 41%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
Appearance / Color
Crystal Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The wonderfully fragrant Spirit has fruity aromas of ripe raspberries, as well as a touch of green forest and earthy notes.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
It's a full-bodied Spirit with an abundance of fresh fruity notes, a pleasant sweetness, and a touch of minerality.

Finish
The finish is smooth, clean, dry, and gently warming with the raspberry lingering. 
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  • raspberry
  • earthy
  • fruit
  • sweet
  • mineral
  • dry
  • fragrant
  • berries
  • savoury
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals. They were and are still are considered medicine.
Nevertheless, the best Brandies are required to preserve the concentrated flavor of the used fruit.
Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals. They were and are still considered medicine. Basically, any fruit that can be fermented can be distilled and turned into Brandy.
Brandy was invented in the 16th century by a sneaky Dutch merchant who learned how to remove water from Wine and save cargo space. He then added water again and called it “Bradwijn”, which means “burned wine”.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals. They were and are still are considered medicine.
Nevertheless, the best Brandies are required to preserve the concentrated flavor of the used fruit.
Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals. They were and are still considered medicine. Basically, any fruit that can be fermented can be distilled and turned into Brandy.
Brandy was invented in the 16th century by a sneaky Dutch merchant who learned how to remove water from Wine and save cargo space. He then added water again and called it “Bradwijn”, which means “burned wine”.
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