Since 1824, grain and other premium spirits have been produced in Holstein Switzerland by a traditional enterprise DH Boll.
The Ostholsteiner is the contemporary interpretation of this German “original drink”. Since the 15th century, grain fire has been made in Germany; it is the spirit with the oldest tradition in Germany. Similar to the German purity law for beer, Grain may only be called a spirit, which consists exclusively of grain spirit and water produced in Germany. As a “double grain” a grain may be referred to as containing at least 37.5% alcohol.
The Ostholsteiner Doppelkorn is a typical German premium spirit, whose quality and taste has set flavour standards for clear spirits and has gained recognition for this. The Ostholsteiner has an exceptionally mild, balanced taste with slight grain notes and hints of vanilla and liquorice.