Olde Hansa Köömnenaps (Caraway Schnapps) (40%)

Olde Hansa is a popular restaurant in the old town of Tallinn. The restaurant also houses a brewery and schnapps production, which are mainly served to the restaurant's customers. Schnapps are also on sale in a few other stores. Caraway is a vodka spice with a long tradition. It probably came…

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Walk Blackcurrant Vodka (38%)

Latvian craft distillery Walk has a selection of different flavoured vodkas. Blackcurrant infused vodka is one of them. Due to the company, they are infusing full blackcurrant on rectified spirit, which the company produces itself from sugar. After infusing, it is filtered, diluted with filtered groundwater and a bit of sugar…

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Smirnoff Vodka (37.5%)

Smirnoff is the world's best-selling vodka. It was invented by Pyotr Smirnov in the 1860s in Moscow. Pyotr developed carbon filtration to remove impurities from the vodka. It quickly became a very popular vodka until the Russian Tsar in 1904 decided to nationalize all vodka factories. By then, Pyotr was already…

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Gautier VSOP Cognac (40%)

Gautier VSOP is a blend of cognacs from different regions. The distillates have been matured for a minimum of four and a maximum of six years. It is one of the cheapest VSOP cognacs in Estonia and Latvia, a 50cl plastic bottle costs only € 15.50. The aroma is very light,…

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De Kuyper Créme De Cacao Dark (24%)

De Kuyper is the world's largest producer of liqueurs. It was founded by Petrus de Kuyper in 1695 in Horst, the Netherlands. It is still a family-owned company, now operating for the eleventh generation. The company, which originally made spirits, moved in 1920 to also make soft liqueurs. Today, De Kuyper’s…

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Koskenkorva Vodka 7 Botanicals (37.5%)

Koskenkorva 7 Botanicals is another flavoured vodka from Finnish company Altia. I like their basic vodka, it’s smooth and has a nice barley aroma. Anyway, most of their flavoured vodkas have been disappointing. The big company way of trying to please everyone makes the products too less flavoured and boring.  7…

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Stroh 40 (40%)

Stroh is the most famous alcoholic beverage in Austria. It is on sale in more than 40 countries. The history of the Stroh dates back to the time of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. At the time, the state had no colonies in the Caribbean from which to import sugar cane to make…

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Perlino Rosso Vermouth (14.8%)

Perlino has more than a hundred years of history in the production of vermouths and sparkling wines. Perlino Rosso is made by macerating herbs in alcohol for 30 days. The herb mixture is then filtered and mixed with wine and sugar. White wine is used to produce the product, it gets…

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