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High In Alcohol Content Spinach Drink

High In Alcohol Content Spinach Drink

High In Alcohol Content Spinach Drink When spinach becomes an alcoholic drink. Destiller Aco Nijemcevic designs high quality alcoholic drinks from spinach, cucamber and paprika. He uses remaining vegetables from market gardens.

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David Crossley's Wide World of Wine loves the products of INVIVO SPIRITS

David Crossley's Wide World of Wine loves the products of INVIVO SPIRITS

David Crossley's Wide World of Wine Wine from around the world Invivo Spirits of Vienna During my last visit to Vienna a friend asked me if I wanted to arrange a spirits tasting with a relatively new distiller in the city, but my diary was completely full. As recompense we tasted through part of the Invivo range when we visited him and his wife for dinner, and I brought back a few bottles to try at home. Vienna, as everyone knows, is partly surrounded by beautiful vineyards, and if you have been paying attention to me over the past five years or...

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METROPOLE Magazine writes about INVIVO SPIRITS

METROPOLE Magazine writes about INVIVO SPIRITS

Claret is the liquor for boys, port for men; but he who aspires to be a hero must drink brandy. Samuel Johnson As cold weather descends upon Vienna, what can be more luxurious than to finish off a fine dinner with the warming comfort of a fine brandy  – the water of life (eau de vie) that has soothed the sated stomachs of Europeans for centuries. Superior brandy needn’t come with a luxury price tag. Sure, for a mere €218,000 you could buy the only remaining bottle of vintage 1805 Cognac Massougnes. However, you need not look farther away than our...

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ZEBRABUTTER Reviews: Number 1 of the ranking list  for BELL PEPER  of INVIVO SPIRITS

ZEBRABUTTER Reviews: Number 1 of the ranking list for BELL PEPER of INVIVO SPIRITS

01. Invivo Spirits: Paprikabrand Die interessanteste Spirituose unter all den besonderen wirkt eher unscheinbar. Eine kleine, traditionelle Brennerei in Wien als Hersteller, eine schlichte, schlanke Flasche. Kein Nationalgetränk, keines mit historisch überlieferter Kriegswichtigkeit, keine schräge Version, kein alchemistisches Experiment. Einfach nur ein Brand. Sicherlich, die Österreicher haben das Destillieren einer großen Vielzahl von Dingen zu einer gewissen Meisterschaft gebracht. Marillenbrände, Haselnussgeiste, Spirituosen aus Nadelhölzern und Alpenblümchen. Aber grüner Paprika? Vermutlich ist das fast weltexklusiv. Zumindest lässt sich so schnell kein vergleichbares Destillat recherchieren. Die Betreiber von Invivo Spirits wurden vor einigen Jahren von Wiener Gemüsebauern angesprochen, die innerhalb der Stadtgrenze vor allem in Gewächshäusern für...

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