BV Land Triple Sec (18%)

BV Land is a liqueur brand of the Spanish Beveland Distillers. Beveland is part of the Masoliver Group and manufactures a wide range of different alcohols. The company has a sales office in Hong Kong and thus also invests heavily in the Asian market. BV Land triple sec is made by…

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Cointreau (40%)

Cointreau is an orange-flavored triple-sec (“sec” dry, “triple” three-time distilled) liqueur produced in France. Originally it was called Curacao Blanco Triple Sec. Curacao is an island where sour but very aromatic oranges are imported. The distillery was founded by the Cointreau brothers Adolphe and Edouard-Jean in 1849. The distillery initially had…

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Remedia Amore Amaretto (21%)

Remedia is an Estonian distillery that has been featured on this blog several times. In addition to several different berry and fruit liqueurs, they also have an amaretto liqueur called Amore. It is sold only in 20 cl bottles in supermarkets for about € 3.50. The company does not provide any…

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Koch Aida Palsam (45%)

Koch Aida Palsam is an herbal liqueur from Koch LCC, which belongs to the group that owns SuperAlko and CityAlko alcohol stores in Estonia. The same series has also Apteekri Schnapps and Kochi Palsam. The Koch factory is located in Estonia, near Rakvere, in the village of Sõmeru. According to the…

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Koch Chocolate Liqueur (21%)

Koch is an Estonian alcohol producer who has been featured on this blog several times. Their business idea is to produce various liqueurs and alcohols as cheaply as possible and sell them to the same owner, SuperAlko and CityAlko alcohol stores in Estonia and on the Estonian-Latvian border. There is no…

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Disaronno Originale (28%)

Amaretto is a traditional Italian sweet almond-flavored liqueur. Amaretto was developed in Saronno, according to legend, in 1525. Disaronno Originale was formerly known as Amaretto di Saronno. It began to be manufactured in early 1900 in Saronno, by a company called Illva Saronno. Disaronno is made from apricot kernel oil, caramelized…

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Valentino Amaretto (21%)

Valentino is one of the three amaretto liqueurs made by the Belgian Sodiko. Sodiko is a young company whose core business is to produce a variety of alcohols as cost-effectively as possible and sell them in Eastern European stores at affordable prices. In the Baltic countries, Sodiko's products are sold exclusively…

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Grand Collection Classic Amaretto (18%)

Grand Collection Amaretto is a product of the Belgian Sodiko, which the company no longer manufactures, but nowadays under the name of Amaretto Venice. Sodiko is a company founded in 1991 that smelled of money when the Soviet Union collapsed and the whole of Eastern Europe opened its markets to Western…

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Koch Elixir Cranberry Liqueur (21%)

Cranberry is one of the most popular raw materials for liqueurs. This berry, which grows in the swamps of the northern countries, does suit everyone because of its sour and bitter taste. However, the strong and tart taste is well suited for liqueurs. Even if there is a lot of sugar…

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Chambord (16.50%)

Chambord is a French berry liqueur made with raspberries, blackberries and blackcurrants. The berries are first extracted in neutral alcohol for six weeks, after which the juice is squeezed. Cognac, vanilla, honey, sugar, lemon zest and various spices are added to the mixture. The mixture is allowed to stand for a…

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