Lingering in the Moment
Lingering with family and friends in life’s ordinary moments is time well spent, and Edelbrand vinars is most at home where people gather in relaxed conversation. It is traditionally served as an after-dinner drink or digestif in nosing, cordial or brandy glasses, or any small glass styled for sipping and fully enjoying the aroma of these fine fruit brandies. Edelbrand vinars is a delightful complement to not only desserts but also cheeses, nuts, artisanal meats, and fresh fruits.
The recommended serving is an ounce or less. For the fullest flavor experience, serve Edelbrand vinars at room temperature. Start with a small sip and allow it to linger on the front, mid-palate, and then finally the back of the tongue. Each area will experience the subtle flavors differently.
There is no need to hurry with your bottle of Edelbrand vinars. Take your time and perfect the art of lingering. Unlike an open bottle of wine, the distinctive characteristics of this spirit will not diminish over time. Be sure to reseal the bottle completely with the wooden top to prevent any evaporation from occurring.
For something different, enjoy Edelbrand vinars in a slightly chilled but not frozen glass. If you are curious about the possibilities of cooking with our products, take a look at the recipes below. Start your own tradition with Edelbrand vinars, and when you do, we’d love to hear about it! If you’ve tried a new recipe with vinars, let us know by sending a quick email to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you and thanks!
And if you like traditions, here are just a few of the unique ways each variety is enjoyed in Switzerland:
Vinars da meila, apple brandy infused with plum—serve with medium-bodied cheeses, nuts, and dried fruit.
Vinars da péra, Williams pear brandy—if you haven’t tried poached pears soaked in Edelbrand vinars da péra, you need to stop what you’re doing and try this right now.
Vinars da vin, grape brandy infused with dill—holds its own next to an espresso and if you’re in an Italian state of mind, add a twist of lemon peel to that cup.
Vinars da plogas, plum brandy—pair with a plum and hazelnuts fruit tart.
Vinars d’apricosas, apricot brandy—a few tablespoons gently mixed in with fresh fruit will create a distinctive dessert.
Vinars tschereschas, cherry brandy—when it gets cold and thoughts turn to cheese fondue, make sure this spirit is nearby. Add a little to the cheese after it has begun to melt and also serve in a small open glass to dip bread into.
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For something entirely different, Edelbrand vinars is versatile and offers many ways to enjoy. Take a look at these recipes below for an idea.
Start your own tradition with Edelbrand vinars, and when you do, we would love to hear about it! If you’ve tried a new recipe with vinars, let us know by sending a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and thanks!