The little brother of O.P. Anderson, this was launched in 1931 and named Skåne after a region in the south of Sweden. It is made with reduced amount of spices to produce wonderfully mild and smooth aquavit.
Flavoured with caraway and hints of fennel and aniseed, this Swedish aquavit was first introduced in 1931 and bears the name of the southern Swedish provence of Skåne, a region famous for its aquavit and vodka production.
Skåne is mild, smooth and well-balanced. It goes well with shellfish, fish soups, cheese fondues and vegetable dumplings.