Monday, 11 August 2014 07:46


With the first harvest of rhubarb spring is truly under way. The glossy crimson stalks of this perennial plant are as distinct in their appearance as they are in taste - their unique flavour and delightful tartness as welcome in pies and jams as it is in cakes and on dinner plates.

With its rich mineral content, bright colour and delicious taste, it’s easy to see why rhubarb is part of every Icelander’s store cupboard. In simpler times, a tender stick of rhubarb was a common sweet for the children of Iceland - pilfered from a neighbour’s garden and dipped in sugar with every bite. 64° Reykjavik Distillery’s rhubarb liqueur captures the freshness and purity of Icelandic nature and offers a new way to enjoy a distinct and much-loved flavour. Indulge in tradition and reawaken your sweet tooth with this twist on a classic.








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