Excellent with fish!

Produced with Dill

Bivrost MidSumarBlot Aquavit

 

– made from Norwegian Potatoes

 

The viking solstice celebration

What is Midsumarblót?

In ancient Norse times, the Vikings celebrated solstice by making blots (or offerings). The feast of summer was called Midsumarblót.

The blót was commonly celebrated throughout the middle of June and sometimes even til the first of July. 

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What is Aquavit?

Aquavit (From latin: aqua vitae, “water of life”) is a flavoured spirit that is principally produced in Scandinavia, where it has been produced since the 15th century. Aquavit gets its distinctive flavour from spices and herbs, and the main spice should be caraway or dill.

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Ingredients

In Midsumarblot you will find these ingredients; Norwegian potato based spirits, Dill, Bringbear, Salt, Gin and some other (secret) ingredients.

BIVROST® Midsumarblót AQUAVIT

MYTHOLOGY:
In the old mythology, the Vikings named the northern lights Bivrost. It was seen as a magical bridge from the homeworld of humans in the world called Midgard, to the realms of the Norse Gods of Asgard.
In ancient Norse times, the Vikings celebrated solstice by making offerings. This was called Midsumarblót.

CREATION: We celebrate todays midsummer with this handcrafted Aquavit, made of Dillseed and fresh Dill, Lemon peels, raspberry, a pinch of salt and a slight infusion of our Arctic Gin – just to round it off. 

AROMA: Bivrost® Midsumarblót is a delicate and sophisticated medium-to-full body aquavit , smooth, luscious, rich dill taste with hints of citrus. Great for fish, have it on your own or make a cocktail. Enjoy at room temperature, but also great with ice.

50 cl / 40%  Alc vol.

NOTE: LIMITED EDITION

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