Koch Elixir Blackberry Liqueur (21%)

Dewberries, which belong to the raspberry family, are grown naturally in Estonian forests. Its relative is blackberry, which can be grown in the garden. However, it thrives best in these latitudes in the greenhouse. Estonian Koch Distillery has done blackberry liqueur, using black berries grown in Estonia, extracting them in rectified…

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RomanZero Limoncello (25%)

RomanZero Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur made by Dutch Cooymans Distillery. There is no information about the product on the Internet, it is mainly aimed at the Eastern European market and is one of the cheapest limoncello sold in Estonia. Traditionally, Limoncello is made by maceration of lemon peels in…

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Stroh Jägertee (40%)

Jägertee is a popular hot punch in Central European ski resorts. It is made from black tea, rum, wine, orange juice, lemon juice, spices and sugar. The Austrian Stroh has also launched its own Jägertee liqueur, which is a so-called condensed version of the classic drink. Naturally, rum made by Stroh…

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Liviko Cherry Liqueur (21%)

Estonian Liviko Distillery has a great selection of different alcohols and cherry is one of their liqueur series products. Due to the producer's website it is made with natural cherry juice, brandy, neutral spirit, water and sugar. It’s seasoned by nutmeg, bitter almond and cinnamon, to bring some southern-European temperament to…

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Lapponia Polar Cranberry Liqueur (21%)

Lapponia is a traditional Finnish liqueur producer, which is now owned by the world's second largest alcohol producer Pernod Ricard. However, liqueurs are still produced in Turku, Finland. According to the manufacturer, Lapponia liqueurs are made by traditional methods from berry extraction. There is 330g sugar per liter. The price of…

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Koskenkorva Valhalla (35%)

There is a Jägermeister in Germany and all the Baltic countries have their own herbal liqueurs, which have risen to the status of a national drink. However, Finland has lacked this. Pramia has its own Metsänhenki and the alcohol giant Altia has also brought the Valhalla herb liqueur to its own…

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Becherovka (38%)

Becherovka is a Czech national drink, an old traditional herbal liqueur. It was published as early as 1807 and was then known as Karlsbader Becherbitter. The product was developed by Josef Vitus Becher, at Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Today it is owned by French beverage giant Pernod Ricard. More than 20…

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Pramia Metsänhenki Herbal Liqueur (32%)

Metsänhenki is a Finnish herbal liqueur, produced by one of the biggest liqueur producers Pramia. Due to the manufacturer, Metsänhenki (the spirit of forest) was developed five years before the wanted combination was found. It’s base is a rectified spirit made from organic grain. It’s spiced with spruce and pine, juniper…

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Remedia Cherry Liqueur (18%)

Remedia is Estonian alcohol producer and their products have been on this blog already many times. Cherry liqueur is another berry liqueur from them, it is made from rectified spirit, cherry juice, sugar, colourings and essences. Remedia do not promote their product at all, but are confident that cheap prices and good…

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Xanté Coconut Cream & Pear (17%)

Xanté is a well-known pear-cognac liqueur. Xanté cream liqueur is now a new product to the same family owned by Finnish company Altia. Gluten-free spirits, coconut cream, pear juice or essence and sugar have been used. In terms of its ingredients, it is therefore both gluten-free and vegan. The aroma is…

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