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Goldschlager Schnapps Cinnamon

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Goldschlager Schnapps Cinnamon 1.00l

Goldschlager Schnapps Cinnamon

A 87 proof, premium cinnamon schnapps with floating flakes of 24k gold leaf. Perfect as a shooter with an ice cold beer.

Goldschläger is a Swiss cinnamon schnapps (43.5% alcohol by volume or 87 proof; originally it was 53.5% alcohol or 107 proof) a liqueur with very thin, yet visible flakes of gold leaf floating in it. The actual amount of gold has been measured at approximately 13 mg in a 1 Litre bottle of Goldschläger. As of April 04, 2012 this amounts to $0.68 USD or lower on the international gold market. Despite being first produced in Switzerland during the 1990s. Goldschläger is a product of Italy and the brand is owned by Diageo. The German word Goldschläger ("gold beater") designates the profession of gold leaf makers, who beat bars of gold into micrometre-thin sheets.

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Goldschlager Goldschlager Schnapps Cinnamon
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
A 87 proof, premium cinnamon schnapps with floating flakes of 24k gold leaf. Perfect as a shooter with an ice cold beer.
 

Notes on the Goldschlager Schnapps Cinnamon 1.00L

Technical Notes Goldschläger is a Swiss cinnamon schnapps (43.5% alcohol by volume or 87 proof; originally it was 53.5% alcohol or 107 proof) a liqueur with very thin, yet visible flakes of gold leaf floating in it. The actual amount of gold has been measured at approximately 13 mg in a 1 Litre bottle of Goldschläger. As of April 04, 2012 this amounts to $0.68 USD or lower on the international gold market. Despite being first produced in Switzerland during the 1990s. Goldschläger is a product of Italy and the brand is owned by Diageo. The German word Goldschläger ("gold beater") designates the profession of gold leaf makers, who beat bars of gold into micrometre-thin sheets.