Not to mention that these liqueurs with a bottling of only 0.02 liters have also established themselves as a party cult. Berentzen offers a variety of liqueurs that stand out for their enormous fruitiness, which are made with various grain brandies or even whiskey, among other things.
In addition to herbal and fruit liqueurs, the range of German liqueurs on offer also includes eggnog, bitters, cream and chocolate liqueurs.As different as they all are in taste, color or consistency, they all have in common that at least 100 grams of sugar must be processed per liter of liqueur. Today, this is a regulation in our country in order to be sold as a German liqueur. Sugar used to be a scarce commodity in our latitudes for a long time. With colonialism, the situation changed, as the high import volumes of sugar meant that liqueur could also be produced and offered on a large scale.
German liqueur tastes very good chilled pure and is excellent for long drinks and also for baking.