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Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml
Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml

Fernet Hunter

Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml

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Fernet Hunter Holzer Fernet Hunter 700ml

ORIGIN: Austria

VOLUME: 700ml

ABV: 29%

Fernet Hunter is a fresh take on a classic Italian bitter. Using a recipe that dates back to the early 1900’s, this aromatic spirit is made from a select combination of botanicals, including Arnica, Orrisroot, and Lavender, which are found in and around the Austrian town and forest of Brunnwald.

These herbs and spices are handpicked and dried during the hunting season, hence the name Fernet Hunter. Utilizing a low-temperature infusion method, the true essence of each ingredient is extracted, which gives Fernet Hunter its unique character and balance.

Fernet Hunter can be enjoyed in many ways, but it’s best consumed chilled - with soda, tea, or in cocktails.

 

Raphael Holzer – Producer & Co-Founder of Fernet Hunter
Raphael developed his passion for the food and beverage industry at a young age; his
family history is embedded in hospitality and alcohol production and he grew up working
at his parent’s restaurant in Lindz, Austria. When creating Fernet Hunter, Raphael’s
heritage was not his only source of inspiration - the food and beverage culture of Hong
Kong (where he has spent almost 7 years off and on) was a major influence on this path.
Growing up, Raphael understood how different ingredients and production techniques
from his hometown of Brunnwald could be used to develop a fresh take on the classic
Italian bitter. This is the underlying philosophy and concept behind Fernet Hunter and
the reason why this spirit is unique and special.