O.P. Anderson 130 anniversary aquavit

O.P. Anderson 130 Year Anniversary Edition

O.P. Anderson Aquavit 130 Year Anniversary Edition has a full, balanced taste, spiced with caraway, anise and fennel seeds. It works great with a big three course lunch, Swedish salted fish, on the Easter smorgasbord or in a cocktail.

The Anniversary Edition is produced according to the original recipe from 1891, when Carl August Anderson first launched O.P. Anderson – an aquavit named after his father Olof Peter. However, the differences to today’s O.P. Anderson Aquavit recipe are incredibly small, with the biggest difference being a slightly higher alcohol volume of 44% in the Anniversary Edition ,versus 40% in the O.P. Anderson Original Aquavit.

The O.P. Anderson Aquavit 130 Year Anniversary Edition is made at the O.P. Anderson Distillery in Sundsvall, Sweden. 

All ingredients of this product are natural and organic.

Food pairing

Fat & salty food

O.P. Anderson Aquavit 130 Anniversary Edition works well with savory dishes - such as a heavy pizza or even a dim sum soup. 

Grilled beef or anything with a burnt surface in general

A grilled steak or why not an aubergine needs something to co-op with the char. This is where the aging process comes in & meets up. The charred wood meets the charred produce and helps one another to bring forth that fresh feel rather than the burnt flavour.

Nordic cuisine

In Sweden, O.P. Anderson Aquavit is originally enjoyed as a chilled snaps to accompany traditional Swedish food such as salty fish, seafood & Nordic cuisine in general.


O.P. Anderson Aquavit 130 Year Anniversary Edition is released as a limited edition in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and with selected travel retail customers.


During the recent years, aquavit has gained strong foothold in the cocktail scene. O. P. Anderson is at the forefront of the aquavit cocktail boom - it is a versatile classic that gives great twist for both classic and modern cocktail recipes. You can try tuning a Bloody Mary or a GT with O.P. or use it as a base for new recipe creation.