Reisetbauer Carrot Brandy

Reisetbauer Carrot Brandy

(0.75l, 41.5%)


4.7/10
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A soft, mildly carrot Eau de Vie that is surprising from the first sip.

High in the Alps, just South of the Danube, small farms cluster against each other like panels of green stained glass around the smaller-than-small hamlet of Axberg, Austria. Among other things, many of those little family farms grow grains, herbs, fruits, and vegetables. And that’s good, because in the little town of Axberg, Reisetbauer Quality Brands uses small, 300-liter pot stills to transform those local, high quality, natural ingredients into a wide variety of spirits famous all over Europe.

Since Reisetbauer is based in Austria, their products have been called Schnapps for years — un-aged fruit Brandies. But the difference between Schnapps and Eau de Vie is simply a matter of international borders, and that is how the products are marketed across most of Europe. Reisetbauer Carrot Brandy is perhaps the most famous — and most unique — of the Eau de Vie spirits to come from the Reisetbauer facility. Since carrots are far less sweet than grapes, it takes nearly fifty pounds of fresh carrots to make enough juice for one half-liter bottle of Reisetbauer Carrot.
  • Category
  • Style
    Carrot Brandy
  • Region
    Upper Austria
  • Country
    Austria
  • Alcohol
    41.5%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS

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carrot
fruit
herbs
hops
roasted
sweet
spicy
hazelnuts
walnuts
What does Reisetbauer Carrot Brandy taste like?

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Brandies can help digestion, so they are perfect after meals, they were and are still considered as medicine.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Clear.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Clean with almost Tequila-like herbal notes and roasted walnut.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Soft and clean on the palate with glazed carrot, hops, and creamy hazelnut.

Finish
Dry, with a lingering wetness and earthiness.

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Ratings & Reviews
Susan
Susan,
Overwhelmingly carrot yet pretty smooth. But not something I would ever ever drink again. Only good as a conversation starter
 
Jacob
Jacob,
Horrid
 
Jernique
Jernique,
Horrible taste!!! Ugh!! But I have reduced and used it with mi vegetables and it gives an interesting sweet carrot finish. Sautéed mushrooms, a gravy for sautéed carrots and mash potatoes also tried it cooking with chicken. Horrible to drink but pretty good to cook with.
 
Tyrel
Tyrel,
That was just bad. Tasted like rubbing alcohol mixed with carrots.
 
KATHLEEN
KATHLEEN,
AWFUL ---WEIRD NOTES..ONE SIP AND TOSSED IT DOWN THE DRAIN
 
Eugene
Eugene,
This was an interesting taste. Carrot taste stood out like crazy. I tasted very earthy tones. Indeed, I am not sure that this brandy had any other additions to it because carrot was too overwhelming. This is not for my palate though I like a good carrot.
 
Jamie
Jamie,
This is the first beverage I have dumped out. I tried but just could not come around to the overwhelming carrot smell and moldy carrot taste.
 
Corey
Corey,
Gross
 
Antti
Antti,
It is an outstanding, delicate, carrot Eau de Vie with a long & earthy finish.
 
Charlotte
Charlotte,
Definitely tastes like raw carrots, stem and all
 
TOYI
TOYI,
Great taste
 
Gordon
Gordon,
Second brandy I have tried. Definitely carrot undertone, but not necessarily good.
 
The
The,
THE WORST THING I HAVE EVER PUT IN MY MOUTH
 
Roger
Roger,
Marvelous, i was surprised at the delicious flavor of carrot.
 
Marc
Marc,
A wonderfully different fine Schnaps. Excellent sipper.
 
Katherine
Katherine,
Adult carrot juice. If you love carrots, and you've always wanted to drink them, this will be your jam.
 
Deja
Deja,
OMG...carrots.
 
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