Crowberry (Empetrum nigrum) is a shiny black berry found in subarctic climates, their typical habitat is on moorlands, tundra and in spruce forests. Crowberries grow all over Iceland, ripening from late July.
The berries have a bitter and fresh taste . They have traditionally been served with dairy foods, or pressed for juice. Because of its high content of Vitamin C and antioxidants, crowberries have been over the centuries a important dietary supplement for Icelanders.
The Crowberry liqueur captures the elements of Icelandic nature, tradition, elegance, and taste.
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