Pear Brandy Kovilj Monastery
166,88kr VAT 25% incl.
Item location: EU, Croatia
Williams pear brandy
0.7 l, 43% alc.
Very clear and good pear brandy produced of Williams pear in 13-century Orthodox Monastery of Kovilj
Ripe and carefully selected pear of Williams sort is smashed and left to ferment for a couple of weeks in Monastery cellars. It is distilled in the old way using the modern technology.
|Very nice fruity and refreshing aroma. I asked them whether it was an old recipe. I was amazed: they were the first monks distilling the pear brandy in their monastery. Well done job!
|bar code 8606105670029
Monastery of Kovilj is situated in northern Serbian province Vojvodina, nearby Novi Sad. It was founded by Saint Sava in the early 13th century. Saint Sava was a prince and the first archbishop of Serbian Orthodox Church. The Monastery was built on the spot where Saint Sava healed the son of the Hungarian King Andrew II. Monastery has a large brotherhood, school of iconography and produces reputable cheese, wine and brandy.