ZumZim Peach wine, 750ml, Bhutan Army welfare Project
A natural blend of peach wine produced in Bhutan. The peaches are organic peaches grown in the highlands of northern Bhutan.
The name ZUMZIN gives a playful vibe. Zumzin is an integrated blend of fresh Colombard and fruity aromatic Muscat.
Its special characteristic is its natural, pure and ripe peach flavour which leaves the drinkers with impressive aroma and sweetness. It has distinctive long lasting fruitness and lingering aftertaste.
ZUMZIN could be better enjoyed when served chilled.
- Dimensions (LxWXH): 12x30x12
- Alcohol content: 18%
- Weight: 1.3 kg
- Included: Special packaged bottle
For alcohol purchase, the buyer must be above 18 years of age upon delivery.
About the producer
Made by Army Welfare Project, Gelephu Distillery AWP, Bhutan.
The Army Welfare Project was established in 1974 with the aim of creating employment and post-service benefits for ex-servicemen. The first distillery was established in Gelephu in 1976. The AWP expanded, leasing the Samdrup Jongkhar distillery from Namdik Enterprises in 1979 and the Samtse distillery from Bhutan Central Distillers in 1981.
Samtse distillery has an installed production capacity of over 10 million cases per annum. The distillery blends and bottles brands like Black Mountain whiskey, Bhutan rum, gin and liqueurs.