Parzmair Dirndl



(0.35l, 42.5 %)

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To boldly go where your taste buds haven’t gone before, part I.

Parzmair’s “integrated fruit-growing” family-owned farm is located near Schwanenstadt, half way from Salzburg to Linz. More than 40 different Brandies are produced in the distillery, this time we are after

Dirndl only. Dirndl Schnaps is made from The Cornelian Cherry, called "Dirndl" around the Alps, yes like the traditional Austrian women’s dress. Cornelian cherry was an important medicinal plant in the old times. The astringency of the fruits is well known since antiquity.

Attention! This is different. It might blow your hat off.


1) The Dirndl fruit has little fruit sugar (below 10% of the fruit). Therefore, for a liter of Dirndl Schnaps over 25 kilograms of fresh Dirndl fruit is required.

2) A dirndl [ˈdɪʁndl̩] is also a type of traditional dress worn in Germany (especially Bavaria), Austria, and South Tyrol, based on the historical costume of Alpine peasants.

3) Not so long ago Dirndl Schnaps was also used as payment function. Dr. Josef Fink bought his first diesel engine for 1,000 shillings and 10 liters of Dirndl Schnaps.

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  • Style
    Cornelian Cherry Schnaps
  • Region
    Upper Austria
  • Country
  • Alcohol
    42.5 %
  • Distillery
  • Bottler

Flavour Spiral™

About The Flavour Spiral

sour cherry
What does Parzmair Dirndl taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Parzmair Dirndl and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavour Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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Dog Dogson's
Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals, they were and are still considered as medicine.

Tasting Notes

Transparent and oily. The aroma and the taste, hm, absolutely unusual. Like a mixture of green olives, dried cranberry, sour cherry and red fruits syrup on steroids. Floral and smoky, wild plum, Vitamin C. Lighter than expected. Slightly sour and hoppy finish.

Dirndl, The final frontier.

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