Eau de Vie 1944 Persyn
Eau de Vie de Grain, Believed 1944. A forgotten stock recovered in January 1971 in the cellars of the dilapidated estate of Mr. Persyn, St. Omer, France.
Provenance: Winefields, 3/20/2016
Extraordinarily Rare Graan jenever
EAU DE VIE DE GRAIN
Presumably distilled in the late summer of the year 1947. A forgotten stock recovered in January 1971 in the cellars of the dilapidated estate of Mr. Persyn, St. Omer, France. Original distillate in bottle and numbered as a guarantee from 0001 to 5929. Distillery Imp. Boomsma Leeuwarden
|Vintage text||Presumed 1944|
|Fill level||Top shoulder|
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