The first Czech absinthe, produced in accordance with historic distillation techniques.
Absinthe originated in the 18th century as a concentrate of flavors and aromas distilled from the finest herbs, which prior to drinking is diluted with cold water according to the preferences of the consumer.
The absinthe that created a whole new category.
A traditional formulation complemented by uncommon herbs from the south of Europe, which enhance the remarkable taste and aroma of this Mediterranean belle.
A once famous bar booze that's been missing from the market since the days of the Good Soldier Schweik. A member of the family of anise-flavored liqueurs, it's a scent on the breath that those in the know will recognize immediately.
Our golden version of Zufanek Slivovitz owes its superb qualities and specific cognac tones to its long aging in oak barrels.
Aged slivovitz, because of its color, is called "golden" and represents the pinnacle for each brand of slivovitz. The charred oak barrels impart to our slivovitz tones of vanilla and wood, but also exact a not-inconsequential tribute in the form of precious slivovitz evaporating through the wood (the so-called angels' share).
Each run of golden oak-aged slivovitz totals just 200 liters.
All the fruit used for making Žufánek Slivovitz comes from our own organically cultivated orchards located in an environmentally protected district of the White Carpathian Mountains.