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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Vana Tallinn Coffee Fusion (35%)

Vana Tallinn is a legendary Estonian spice/herbal liqueur. It has been produced since 1960 and has risen to the status of a national liqueur over the decades. In recent years, various flavored versions have also emerged in the Vana Tallinn product family. They are based on the traditional Vana Tallinn liqueur…

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Vana Tallinn Wild Spices (35%)

Vana Tallinn is a legendary Estonian herbal-spice liqueur, which has been made in Tallinn since 1960. Alongside the traditional liqueur, several slightly different flavored versions have been produced in recent years. The first of these is Wild Spices, which the manufacturer says is a hotter version of the original liqueur. It…

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Vana Tallinn (40%)

Vana Tallinn is a legendary Estonian spice/herbal liqueur. It has been manufactured by the former state-owned, but now privatized company Liviko since 1960. By 2011, it had already produced 100 million bottles, many of which have also ended up abroad. Vana Tallinn is the most famous Estonian alcoholic beverage in the…

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Riga Black Balsam Element (40%)

Element is one variant of the legendary Riga Black Balsam. It was released in 2017, but hasn’t gotten very popular so far. It is mainly available only from Latvia. Manufacturer Latvijas Balzam calls the product as fifth element, which in this case is rum. So, good quality Caribbean rum is mixed…

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Riga Black Balsam Cherry (30%)

The Riga Black Balsam Cherry version was published in 2012 and was the third product in this series of Latvian bitter digestives. The cherry version is similar to the previously released blackcurrant, i.e. juice or juice concentrate has been added to the legendary Riga black balsam. In addition to being enjoyed…

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Riga Black Balsam Currant (30%)

Legendary Latvian digestive bitter, Riga Black Balsam, have also various lighter versions, which have been created over the years. Berry juices have been the manufacturer’s recommendation to dilute the original bitter, which might be too strong for most people. Black Balsam Currant was the first flavored and lighter version to be…

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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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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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