This traditional liqueur was awarded two gold medals at the Paris world fair in 1900. The liqueur's most important raw material, the Arctic bramble, grows only in Northern Finland.
Following tradition, we extract the essence of the berries to create a flavour which can be compared to fruity chocolate. Arctic Bramble liqueur is good as an apéritif and perfect in cocktails. Also try it with soft-ripened cheeses and as a sauce over desserts.
Sugar: 310 g/ l
Colour: Dark red
Nose: Aromatic, rich in Arctic bramble aromas
Taste: Quite sweet, aromatic, round, full bodied, warm
Bottle: 500 ml/ glass
The northern daylight is misty, but strong enough to create a magical glow and sparkle to the untouched snow blanket. There, where the lake frozen to white plains begins, is a hut that has seen thousands of similar frosty days. It is winter, but the road has been cleared to celebrate the weekend. The arctic chilliness is lessened by adding wood to the stove.
In Finland, a country of five million people close to the northern Arctic Circle, there are more than half million huts. Most of them are in use in the wintertime as well, and don’t have conveniences like running water and electricity. Simplicity offers a permission to relax and focus on the basic things of life. Longing to nature is written in the Scandinavian dna.
Every weekend a light glimmers in the frosty windows of the huts built on the lakefronts and in the forest ends of the roads. Also young citizens head out from the urban pulse, put on handmade knitted stockings, pour a glass of their favorite drink and snuggle under a blanket to enjoy the wonderful laziness.
2 cl Gustav Cloudberry Liqueur
2 cl Gustav Arctic Vodka
10 cl Coffee (Hot)
Pour ingredients into a coffee glass.
Garnish with whipped cream.
Lignell & Piispanen produces unique liqueurs from arctic berries. Our success is based on knowledge
about the products of nature and traditional extraction passed down from generation to generation.
Lignell & Piispanen is a trading name of the family business Oy Gust. Ranin, established 1852.
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LIGNELL & PIISPANEN
P.O. Box 32,
70620 Kuopio, Finland
Tel. +358 (0)17 261 4641
Mr Harri Nylund
Tel. +358 (0)44 585 2561
Mr Antti Hynninen
Tel. +358 (0)40 077 2031
Mrs Dorothea Väisänen
Tel. +358 (0)40 722 9662
Ms Helvi Pennonen
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Tel. +358 (0)40 508 1230