Miniature SpiritsPanizo

Spirits obtained from the distillation of marc in our copper boilers. Before being bottled it is filtered at -5 ºC so that it always remains crystal clear and does not precipitate or fog up in the bottle.

The result is a pomace brandy bottled in an original non-slip glass flask, with a built-in spout, natural cork stopper and wooden head. 

The origin of the eau-de-vie goes back to the north of Spain and its name comes from its high alcohol content and lack of colour.

Unlike our Premium range of Monovarietals, in this case the grape used is not exclusive and different varieties from the area are used.

Content 5 cl. Alcoholic strength: 40% Vol.

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