On the moss-covered lava fields of Iceland crowberries grow wild and organic. Often neighbouring bright bilberries and blueberries, this dark shiny berry is a rather different character.
Delightfully fresh and slightly bitter, the crowberry is subtler than it’s more flamboyant cousins though just as widely used. Finding their way into breakfast, desserts and juices the crowberry is as useful as the other Icelandic berries but we think the deep colour and delicate tang of these dark berries is best harnessed in liquor. 64° Reykjavik Distillery Crowberry Liqueur captures a true flavour of Icelandic nature, and with it a taste of the traditions of the land of fire and ice. Silver Medallist at the prestigious ISW in Berlin 2011.