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Bäsk (Swedish for “bitter”) is a Swedish style spiced liquor flavored with wormwood (“malört” in Swedish). Sweden is one of the few countries that have never banned absinthe or other wormwood-flavored liquors
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O.P. Anderson Aquavit is a Swedish spirit of the akvavit type, presented in 1891 for the Gothenburg Exhibition Fair under the name “Gammal Fin Aquavit”. The firm producing it was called O.P. Anderson & Son i Göteborg, which has later given name to this brand of akvavit. Göteborg is the Swedish name for Gothenburg. O.P. Anderson Aquavit is the oldest and most sold akvavit …
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700 ml The story behind Original Dr. Nielsen’s Bitter goes back to the time when Doctor Nielsen, who lived in a small village called Hobro, in Denmark, created in his spare time, what he considered was, the “real bitter”. Together with his good friend the pharmacist, the recipe was perfected. In 1988 the recipe was …
700 ml The original botanical recipe of LINIE Aquavit has remained unchanged since its creation, more than 200 years ago. LINIE is a potato-based spirit, distilled in pot stills with a special blend of Nordic herbs and spices to give it its distinct flavour. The young spirit is placed in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks to …
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Akvavit is a flavoured spirit that is principally produced in Scandinavia, where it has been produced since the 15th century. Akvavit gets its distinctive flavour from spices and herbs, and the main spice should (according to the European Union) be caraway or dill. It typically contains 40% alcohol by volume. The EU has established a minimum of 37.5% ABV for akvavit to be named as such 700ml.