BERENBURG OR BEERENBURG
- Alcohol of agricultural origin
- Distillate of gentian root, juniper berry and laurel leaves
- Flavours (if used)
- Colour (if used)
- Sugar (if used)
BERENBURG OR BEERENBURG (30%)Nutrition information
50 Kcal / serve30ml 206 kJ
166 Kcal / 100ml 687 kJ
|BERENBURG OR BEERENBURG 30% vol.||30ml Per serving size||100ml|
/ 206 kJ
/ 687 kJ
Berenburg or beerenburg is a spirit drink produced using alcohol of agricultural origin in which fruit or plants have been macerated (soaked so as to extract or concentrate flavours). To give it a specific flavour, the spirit must contain a distillate of gentian root, juniper berries and laurel leaves.
Berenburg or beerenburg varies in colour from light to dark brown and can be sweetened up to a maximum of 20g of sugar per litre. Natural flavouring substances and flavouring preparations can also be used in its production.
Berenburg or beerenburg sold to consumers has a minimum alcoholic strength of 30% vol..
The addition of flavours, sugar and colour.