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100 percent pure distillate

Represents the highest quality possible, valued by the professional and general public.

Natural products only

We proud ourselves declaring, that we do not use any artificial scents or colorings.

Unique taste

We ensure exceptionality of our distillates with original technological procedures.

Plum distillate

Plum distillate

Traditional exceptional plum distillate from the variety Bystricka, which has almost disappeared from our orchards because of an illness. Hand-picked, sorted and pitted fruit from under the extinct volcano "Vihorlat", where the disease has not intervened, is very sensitively distilled to highlight the flavor and aroma of this rare variety.
Pear distillate

Pear distillate

A distillate derived from the noble varieties of pears Williams and Conference. By processing the fruit with a technologically consistent method, the distillate preserves all attributes of fully matured pears.
Cherry distillate

Cherry distillate

The cultivated cherry distillate bears the sign of an aromatic and balanced taste. This popular beverage has its ancestors in the Alpine mountains, where it’s until this day called kirchwasser.
Apple distillate

Apple distillate

Lusciously velvety flavor accompanied by a touch of honey, is the hallmark of our apple distillate, made ​​from one of the oldest varieties - Jonathan.
Grape distillate

Grape distillate

The fresh and clean grape distillate gains its exceptional flavor by processing grape mash, which unlike grape moldings, preserve the characteristic attributes of grapes. It matures in an oak barrel.
Blackthorn distillate

Blackthorn distillate

The attractive blackthorn distillate is most suited as an aperitivo to light meals and desserts. It is produced from blackthorns, which are gathered in late autumn after complete maturity and first frost, thus preserve the full-fledged taste and aroma in the distillate.
Quince distillate

Quince distillate

Distinctly aromatic distillated produced out of quinces. Its fruits were in the ancient Greek the symbol of love and fertility, and are therefore believed to have aphrodisiac effects. This distillate is best given as an aperitivo to a meal of wild animals.
Chequers distillate

Chequers distillate

This delicacy produced from the fruit of chequers, almost disappearing, is unique in it’s aroma and taste. Her mother, often reffered to with an epithet of the rarest tree, starts fruiting at the age of 15. It is recommended especially for stomach problems.
BVD® Bird Valley Distillery Oskorušovica, stopercentný pravý ovocný destilát

Vínovica

Distilled from a cuveé of three varieties of Tokaj wine, Furmint, Lipovina and Yellow Muscat. It's ages for 12 months in mulberry barrels before it is stored for further maturing for at least another 12 months.
BVD® Bird Valley Distillery Oskorušovica, stopercentný pravý ovocný destilát

Marhuľovica

Apricot distillate is a fresh, summer spirit, characterized byt its slightly sweet aroma of pure fruit, since all the pieces are manually pitted before further processing.
BVD® Bird Valley Distillery Malinovica, stopercentný pravý ovocný destilát

Malinovica

Distilled from wild, forest-grown raspberries, which have a significantly different taste and aroma from the ones grown in gardens. To produce one liter of this rare distillate, more then 50 kg of fully ripened fruit is needed, resulting into highly distinctive organoleptic characteristics.
BVD® Bird Valley Distillery Drienkovica, stopercentný pravý ovocný destilát

Drienkovica

Due to the rarity and difficulty of the fruit harvest of the cornelian cherry, is this distillate considered as one of the rarest. The collection takes place in several stages, as the cornelian cherry ripen gradually and 20-30 kg of them is needed to produce one liter of distillate.
BVD® Bird Valley Distillery Drienkovica, stopercentný pravý ovocný destilát

Borovička

Tradičný ľudový alkoholický nápoj borovička, je neoddeliteľnou súčasťou slovenského kultúrneho dedičstva. Aj keď je veľa písomných pamätí nenávratne stratených, zo zachovaných sa môžme dočítať, že borovička sa na území dnešného Slovenska začala vyrábať počiatkom 19. storočia, a to v regióne dnešného Spiša.