The name “Gammel Dansk” translates as “Old Danish”. It is a Danish bitters which was first released in 1964, having taken three years to develop, and is hugely popular in its native country.
The exact recipe is kept secret but it is known to be made from a blend of 29 different herbs and spices, including bay leaves, ginger, rowan berries, anise, cinnamon, angelica and nutmeg.
Tasting Notes: Aromas of cracked black pepper, sweet cinnamon and nutmeg with warm cloves and red berry fruit. A clear and rusty brown colour with golden highlights. A taste of bitter, dry, pine, juniper with tannin and sweet fruity flavours with an aromatic liquorice finish.