Aguardiente is an alcoholic beverage that is obtained from the fermentation of fruits, vegetables, cereals and grains, mostly plants with high levels of sucrose, which produces ethanol, the basic component of aguardiente. The distillation of this type of beverage is similar to most distillates, using stills and stills. There are two types of brandy, simple and compound. The simple ones are the best known, including rum, whiskey, tequila and brandy. And the compounds are those made with some component to induce some aroma or flavor, the most widespread are those of anise, nebrina, milk, wormwood and herbs. In Spain you can find many types of brandy, although the most widespread is herbal, made in many different regions in a traditional way, using alquitaras, high quality brandy is achieved.
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Aguardiente añejo de Euskadi Alc. 40% Vol.