Gastronomy in a bottle – that’s what you get when you taste a Schumachers' schnapps. The schnapps does not taste of caraway and you do not need to chase it with a beer. Schumachers gives the Danish schnapps tradition a renaissance and replaces the cumin with organic wild fruits and berries. They do not believe that you need only to enjoy the eau de vie at Christmas and Easter lunches. On the contrary, schnapps goes well with many dishes, all year round. When was the last time you drank lemons, peeled by hand, and fresh chillli peppers with your grilled prawns?
The two brothers behind Schumachers' schnapps are both chefs making gourmet food and schnapps. They have made schnapps for every occasion, from aperitifs to desserts. Their Chilli/Lemon schnapps won the Danish newspaper Politiken’s first prize in 1999 as Denmark’s best spiced schnapps. This is schnapps for connoisseurs. You can have a taste at Biofach where they will be offering schnapps such as:
• New Danish
It has been said that it is through the achievements of Schumachers that schnapps has found its place on the menus of gourmet restaurants today. They take pride in this, but are constantly playing with new variations so that they can be the first with new types of schnapps in the future. Schumachers is now on its way into the Norwegian and Japanese markets and the next goal is Germany.