Bitter Strumbras are really exceptional because they are produced according to ancient traditional technologies only from natural products while their composition is enriched by various piquant ingredients pepper, honey, cowberry, cranberry, raspberry and blackberry.
Bitters Stumbras are produced only from natural products following traditional ancient technologies just as our parents and grand-parents used to make bitters.
The bitters Pepper with Honey suits meat and cheese meals, while that of Cranberry and Cowberry suits poultry, fish and cheese. Raspberry and Blackberry may enrich desserts and ice cream.
Bobelinė is a natural Lithuanian cranberry bitter made according to unique recipe.
A unique slightly sour taste of cranberries with a bit of sweetness and wonderful aroma of ripe berries – all that makes the well-balanced taste.
Consumed neat or on the rocks, perfect ingredient for various cocktails.
Samanė is made from rye grown in Dzūkija region. The crushed and fermented rye is held in stainless steel tanks. It is distilled twice. The recipe and technology of Dzūkija homemade spirit are used in production.The aroma is typical of the homemade spirit but more pleasant and delicate. Taste – mild.
Labanoro Medziotoju – is a modern herb bitter, containing a mix of unique aromatic herbs and spices. This bitter has a complex, yet unique bouquet of aromas and tastes of various herbs.
In ancient times “Starka” was made in order to honour the first-born son, the successor of the family name.
This is a drink from the Cepkeliai range. It is distinguished by a subtle, smooth and harmonised flavour.
Cepkeliu with Lingonberries
Cepkeliu with Raspberries
Lithuanian Beer Limited was founded in 2002. We started with importing a carefully selected beer brands from Lithuania. Later, due to the huge demand, the product range was significantly expanded as unique spirits, sparkling wines, brandy, liqueurs, and bitters were launched. We take a great personal care in bringing the best beer and spirits brands in to UK. Excellent examples … Read More