Danziger Goldwasser

Herbal liquor, created in 1598 by the Dutch Ambrosius Vermöllen in Gdansk, Poland. A few years later, in 1704, production moved to Breitgasse. It is said that the Tsar Peter I of Russia, during the Great Embassy, his trip to Western Europe, passed through the city of Gdansk and, having tasted the drink, he remained so enthusiastic to make it in huge quantities required to be reported in Russia personal consumption. The composition of this liquor, flavored oils and spirits of many spices, is made ​​particularly by small flakes of 22/23 carat gold contained in it.