Size750mLProof40 (20% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
Rich and floral this liqueur is crafted by steeping fresh elderflowers in Chase Potato Vodka.
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On April fool’s day in 2008 they harvested their first potatoes, and on June 2008, the Chase family produced their first batch of spirits. Their very first spirit was a potato Vodka, and not long after, they began producing Gins. A large portion of Chase’s lineup is crafted with a potato Vodka base spirit. A large majority of the spirits are also crafted with an apple based spirit. The apples used in production are sourced from the family farm.
The facility houses a bespoke rectifying column. It takes 16 tons of potatoes to produces only 1000 liters of alcohol, which is a testament to the quality of Chase Vodka. Their small batch process yields an impressive smooth product. Capturing the rounded, floral flavor of the English elderflower, this liqueur is crafted by steeping fresh elderflowers in Chase Potato Vodka. Floral and rich, the perfect partner to Champagne or sparkling wine.
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The Chase Distillery is quite a unique outfit, home to several labels, Williams Gin, Chase Vodka, and Tyrrells Crisps, a potato chip brand. The Chase facility serves as both an active potato farm and a distillery.
The Chase family comes from a long line of potato farmers and is now in their fifth generation. After going bankrupt in 1996, William Chase — founder of the Chase distillery — decided to take a new direction with their brand, founding Tyrell’s Crisps in 2002, "As Tyrrells grew, I was searching for the next step. In 2004 whilst traveling in the USA, looking for packaging equipment for the chips, I stumbled on a small distillery making potato Vodka and thought this would be a great new chapter to life."
This typical aperitif has its origins in 13th century Italy where it was used for medicinal purposes. The liqueur is produced worldwide and can have all sorts of flavor profiles, from fruit, spices, nuts, and even cream, and has a low proof of 15 to 30% ABV.
Liqueur can be enjoyed in many different fashions, from drinking neat, in cocktails, served with coffee, or even used for cooking.