A CULINARY TREASURE FROM
THE RAINFORESTS OF THE AMAZON
It’s a culinary sensation! ABACATY avocado spirits are based on an old 17th century recipe from native inhabitants of the Amazon rainforest.
This old indigenous recipe has been reproduced now for the first time ever. And the result tastes fantastic!
ABACATY Avocado Cream Liqueur is a delicious low-alcohol spirit which combines the slightly fruity taste of sun-ripened avocados, exquisite rum notes, the finest vegan cream, vanilla – the “Queen of the Spices” – and exotic spices into a sensual pleasure.
ABACATY Avocado Dry Spirit is the clear, dry version of ABACATY. It’s a true discovery for those looking for a light, fresh pleasing drink. Fresh breeze in a cocktail glass!
ABACATY is a delicious vegan alternative to liqueurs made from animal ingredients while also offering so much more.
- Vegan, gluten, lactose and cholesterol free
- GMO free
- No artificial flavourings & no preservatives
- Natural ingredients
- Spanish avocados from cultivation with a good ecological balance
For its great taste, ABACATY Spirits has been awarded gold several times at international spirits competitions.
Indigenous peoples need our support!
Coronavirus is not the only thing that is threatening indigenous peoples:
The catastrophe in the jungle
Covid-19 is not just exploding in Brazil’s metropolises. Indigenous peoples in the Amazon region are particularly hard hit. Imported diseases have threatened Brazil’s indigenous people again and again.
In the 17th century, European conquerors discovered a drink called "Abacate", in what is now Brazil, among the indigenous people of the Amazon. It’s pronounced ABACATY, which is the Portuguese word for avocado. "Abacate", an alcoholic beverage of the indigenous people in Brazil, which was made with avocado by adding cane sugar and rum.
The ancestors of the indigenous peoples in the Amazon region inspired us to create ABACATY avocado spirits. So we would like to thank their descendants and support them.
We donate as a thank you to the indigenous population in Amazonia, 2% of our ABACATY annual sales goes to the human rights organisation Survival International. For decades, it has fought alongside the indigenous population in the Amazon region for the protection of their lands. Survival International’s prominent supporters include Richard Gere, Colin Firth, Gillian Anderson and Judi Dench.
Photos: Suvival International, David Lazar, Laszlo Mates, Jabin Botsford, Dado Galdieri.
CARSTEN TIEBEL, ABACATY bar-manager
Carsten, approaches a drink the way a master chef approaches a dish: he draws on high-quality seasonal ingredients to create ABACATY cocktails for every occasion.
ABACATY pronunciation 🔊 Aba card she