Underberg Annual Gift Tin 2023
This 2023 special edition collector’s item features 12 bottles of Underberg.
The recipe and processing methods have been secrets held and guarded by members of the Underberg family, since 1846.
This experience and knowledge regarding how to carefully extract the valuable herbal essences from 43 countries and how to turn them into an aromatic drink has been safeguarded by the SEMPER IDEM secret procedure.
This is followed by several-month long maturation periods in casks made of Slovenian oak.
4th and 5th-generation members of the Underberg family carefully and deliberately select herbs from 43 countries.
HOW TO ENJOY UNDERBERG
Underberg is an all-natural digestive and is `unwrapped´ and enjoyed after excellent meals, all over the world. The Rheinberg herbal digestive is a very special after-dinner drink, and is served in more than 100 countries, as a crowning finale to gourmet meals or hearty snacks. Underberg provides the herbal kick after any main course.
Simply pouring it into a glass will activate your senses.
Colour: a brilliant shade of amber.
Fragrance: now sniff ― you’ll be able to discern herbal scents, spices, and a bit of Christmas.
Taste: take a small sip and be aware of the full taste of herbs that begins to unfold with a slightly sweet note, at the tip of your tongue.
Drink and enjoy Underberg, and feel the harmonious, rich herb taste as well as the taste of mild alcohol. Now you can feel the effect of this unique digestive.
Herbs, alcohol, water — nothing else
Contains only carefully selected and blended herbs. In addition to visual and sensory control, these herbs are tested in certified labs, applying more than 250 individual criteria.
Contains natural and valuable antioxidants, which are preserved by careful extraction.
Contains 44% vol. premium kosher alcohol used for the extraction of the herbal substances.
Contains drinking water that is constantly monitored.
Free of added sugar or caramel.
Gluten-free and is listed in the German Coeliac Society’s index.
Kosher certified, which is shown by the Orthodox Union (O.U.) symbol.