In the world of distilled spirits, "white" actually means "clear". Clear spirits mix well with fruit juices and soft drinks. So try something a little different: The Christian Brothers Frost White Brandy and your favorite mixer. You'll find Frost White's smoothness and layers of varietal flavors add a sophisticated dimension to juice and soda cocktails. A unique distillation process and aging in Oak casks for a minimum of 18 months is used to produce this rich spirit. Give it a try. You just might create a brand new old favorite.
In 1882, the religious order of the Christian Brothers began distilling Brandy to profit the order's schools and programs. It began with the pot-still production method that is used to craft fine Cognacs and a dedication to quality, which continue to this day. Building on this strong tradition, Christian Brothers Brandy has become widely recognized for its tempting, fruity bouquet and soft, subtle texture, just as the Brothers made it in 1882. The Christian Brother's winery and neighboring distillery are located in the fertile San Joaquin Valley in California. The locally grown California grapes are of the finest varietals which contribute to the flavorful, light taste. Distilled in massive copper alembic stills, as well as efficient patent stills, the Brandies are aged a minimum of 2 to 6 years in hand-selected American white oak bourbon barrels. Oak aging imbues the Brandy with layers of well-balanced fruit flavors for a warm, lingering finish.