Fernet Hunter

Fernet Hunter BC


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Product Details

Fernet Hunter BC is a special edition of the original Fernet Hunter. Created as a collaboration between Raphael Holzer (founder of Fernet Hunter) and Max Jenke (founder of Endeavor Snowboards), Fernet Hunter BC is a celebration of snowboard culture – a passion that Raphael and Max both share. What separates Fernet Hunter BC from other Fernet Hunter spirits is the inclusion of wild blueberries, found around the town and forests of Brunnwald, Austria (the birthplace of Fernet Hunter) as well as in the Central and Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada (where Endeavor originates). These wild blueberries are combined with Arnica, Orrisroot, and Lavender to produce a true bitter with strong aromatic character and complexity - ideally enjoyed on the rocks or with soda at the top of a snow-covered mountain. 700ml 29% ABV NOSE Floral with a hint of wild berries TASTE Fresh, fruity with a bitter backbone FINISH Pleasant bitterness with hints of Blueberry. Best served neat or in a Highballs

Fernet Hunter BC

·Manufacturer: Austria

Brand Story

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, and utilizing a low-temperature infusion method, the true essence of each ingredient is extracted, giving Fernet Hunter its unique character and balance.Fernet Hunter combines years of experience in distilling and alcohol trade with a modern approach in bartending. It can be enjoyed in many ways, but it’s best consumed chilled – with soda, tea, or in cocktails.

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