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Gammel Dansk Bitter Dram, 70 cl

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Hammer, Marie-Louise (3 October 2010). "Gammel Dansk". Den Store Danske (in Danish). Gyldendal . Retrieved 9 January 2016.

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The light brown spirit smells of pepper, cinnamon and clove, starting with bitter tannic juniper before transitioning to sweeter fruits and a licorice finish. Did you know that an apple slicer can do so much more than slice apples? It's very handy for cutting other fruits like pears, too. It can even portion out mozzarella nicely. But our favorite thing to cut using one of these little gizmos is potatoes. The triangular sections are the perfect size for some hearty steak fries! Just slice, fry, and serve up with a juicy ribeye and a glass of whiskey. Yum.On 14 March 2014, Arcus, the owners of the Gammel Dansk brand, announced that production would move to Norway. [7] Mister job: Gammel Dansk flytter til Norge". Nyhedsavisen (in Danish). 14 March 2014 . Retrieved 14 March 2014. The development of Gammel Dansk commenced in 1964 and was led by master blender J.K. Asmund who also worked as factory manager for Danish Distillers in Roskilde. Three years later the production of the bitter started, and it has since become one of the most recognizable strong alcoholic beverages on the Danish market. [5] In 2007 Danish Distillers launched a new product which, as a tribute to J.K. Asmund, was labeled Asmund Special. [6] In 2019 they launched a less bitter version called "Gammel Dansk Halv bitter", meaning "Half the bitterness" aiming at younger customers. [9] This version is advertised as being more sweet, less bitter and having a higher content of honey and licorice [10] See also [ edit ]

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In the Denmark of the 1960s and 1970s, the drinking of bitters, such as Gammel Dansk, was not considered taboo in the morning. The bottle even reads Gør godt om morgenen, efter dagens dont, under jagten, på fisketuren eller som apéritif. ("Will do you good in the morning, after a day's work, when hunting or fishing, or as an apéritif.") With the 1980s came a greater concern for public health, and with that bitters fell out of favor compared to the lower ABV beer and wine. Even so, Gammel Dansk still constitutes two-thirds of all bitters sold in Denmark. [5]Although the complete recipe is a secret, it’s known that there are 29 herbs, spices and flowers in the recipe, ranging from gooseberries to star anise to orange and cinnamon, which sit in a clear spirit for three months. According to the distillery, a base recipe could date to the 16 th century. The distiller recently released Old Danish Shot, which adds chili to the classic recipe, adding a warm complement to the original spirit. Gammel Dansk is a bitters (herbal alcoholic preparation) produced by Arcus-Gruppen in Oslo, Norway, originally developed and produced by Danish Distillers in Denmark. [1] [2] Traditionally it is drunk by Danes at certain festive occasions, often in connection with breakfast meals, brunch or at wedding anniversaries and birthday celebrations (which in Denmark traditionally begin in the morning). [3] The name "Gammel Dansk" translates directly from Danish as "Old Danish".

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Cold brew coffee has caught fire in recent years, and for good reason. Of course, we've always loved a refreshing mid-afternoon iced coffee, but cold brew is a whole different ball game. When coffee is brewed cold, far less acid is extracted from the coffee grounds, removing much of the bitterness that some people find off-putting. Cold brew is a great alternative for those who want a naturally sweeter, purer-tasting cup. In 2014, Arcus launched Gammel Dansk Shot, a variation over the traditional recipe, flavored with liquorice and chili. It is intended to be drunk as a shooter. [8] And because the process of making cold brew calls for an entirely different method, unfortunately, it renders our tried-and-true simple coffee machines pretty useless in this category. Sure, there are the top-of-the-line fancy cold brew coffee makers out there, but they're often ridiculously expensive and take up too much counter space for their sole function. So what do we do? Of course, there are cold brew DIY methods out there, but they can be messy and hard to get just right. BREAKFAST". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Archived from the original on 14 March 2014 . Retrieved 14 March 2014.

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Nyerup, Jesper (27 August 2007). "Gammel Dansk Asmund Special" (in Danish). Jesper Nyerup. Archived from the original on 27 January 2016 . Retrieved 9 January 2016. Gammel Dansk is a bitters liquor and was originally created to become a competitor on the Danish market to other bitters such as Underberg and Fernet Branca. It is matured with 29 types of herbs, spices and even flowers, making it similar to other stomach bitters, such as Peychaud's Bitters or Jägermeister. [4] These herbs and spices include rowan berry, angelica, star anise, nutmeg, anise, ginger, laurel, yellow gentian, Seville orange and cinnamon. [5] The complete recipe is kept secret.

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