JUNIPER-FLAVOURED SPIRIT DRINKS
- Alcohol of agricultural origin / grain spirit / grain distillate (as appropriate)
- Juniper berry flavours
- Other flavours (if used)
- Colour (if used)
- Sugar (if used)
JUNIPER-FLAVOURED SPIRIT DRINKS (30%)Nutrition information
50 Kcal / serve30ml 206 kJ
166 Kcal / 100ml 687 kJ
|JUNIPER-FLAVOURED SPIRIT DRINKS 30% vol.||30ml Per serving size||100ml|
/ 206 kJ
/ 687 kJ
Juniper-flavoured spirit drinks are produced by flavouring alcohol or agricultural origin, grain spirit or grain distillate with juniper berries (2 different types can be used). In addition to juniper berries, flavouring substances, flavouring preparations and / or plants (or parts of them) with flavouring properties may be used as long as the juniper taste remains discernible.
Juniper-flavoured spirit drinks are also permitted to be called Wacholder or genebra. Furthermore, as with other categories, the name can be replaced by that of a registered ‘geographical indication’ (GI): the juniper-flavoured drink category is notable for its many GIs using the names genever, jenever and genievre. Each GI is made to its own specific characteristics.
Juniper-flavoured spirit drinks sold to consumers have a minimum alcoholic strength of 30% vol..
The addition of sweetening products and colours.