Zufanek produces fruit brandies, Absinthe and Gins.Their first batch of Gin was distilled in 2013 and became an immediate success, winning over fans and settling firmly into the company’s product range.
OMG Gin starkly contrasts most Gin brands and their marketing tactics. They don't boast any elusive ingredients or credit their original recipe to any tall tales about distant relatives obtaining it. Their Gin isn’t the product of dozens of test batches.
One man oversees the production of a recipe that was curated to his personal taste. Each batch is produced in a quantity of 1200 liters. OMG Gin could be classified with the likes of London Dry Gin, crafted from the triple column distillation of 16 unique herbs and spices macerated in a base alcohol, which collectively yields one of the most complex gins on the market.
The flavor profile consists of traditional spices as juniper, coriander, calamus and angelica. But there are also non-traditional ingredients such as grains of paradise, lavender flower, and blossoms from the Czech national tree – the small-leaved linden.
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The Zufanek Distillery is home to 15 hectares of orchards, which produce the fruit, herbs and botanicals for many of its Spirits, and all the ingredients are organic.
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Zufanek Distillery was founded in 2000 with the aim of producing high-quality plum brandy called Slivovitz, made with fruit from the Zufanek family’s orchards. Located in the Czech Republic, the distillery produces completely natural products, all on one site.
The fruit is picked, macerated and mashed, distilled, bottled and labeled all under one roof. In 2002, Zufanek Slivovitz was launched, followed by a cherry Liqueur, a walnut Liqueur, and a Mead. In 2004, the distillery gained its first bottling line, and a subsequent line-up of flavored Liqueurs and even an Absinthe followed.
During this time, the company produced its Spirits using one 300 liter still, but in 2011, they bought a second. In 2013, Zufanek launched OMG Gin, it’s first. In 2015, the distillery underwent a huge expansion and bought two new top of the range stills; doubling its production capacity.
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