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Gammel Dansk is a Danish alcoholic beverage produced by Danish Distillers Ltd. (De Danske Spritfabrikker A/S) in Dalby, Denmark in southeast Zealand (Sjælland). Traditionally it is drunk by Danes at certain festive occasions, often in connection with breakfast meals, brunch or at wedding anniversaries and birthday celebrations (which in Denmark traditionally begins in the morning). The name “Gammel Dansk” translates directly from Danish as “Old Danish”.

Some Danes drink a thick brown drink called Gammel Dansk with their rugbrød (rye bread, ed.) and coffee most mornings. They also believe that Gammel Dansk can cure some common illnesses. It is strong, bitter liquor made of 29 herbs, spices and flowers but the recipe is kept a secret.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gammel_Dansk, https://uniavisen.dk/en/top-10-weird-danish-customs/