10 Of The Weirdest European Liquors Of All Time
Americans have started to become more and more adventurous when it comes to boozing. For the longest time, domestic beer, whiskey, and infusing distilled vodka with different juices and liqueurs have been the golden standard for a good night out. Now there’s been the rise of local craft breweries releasing more unique beer and infused vodka flavors. That’s also led to more Americans looking at some of the weird drinks that other countries have enjoyed for decades. Here are some of the weirdest ones created in Europe that can be imported or are already available in the States due to demand.
It’s a different take on vodka that’s less distilled than most you can find at liquor stores. Set as 75-proof, it has an extremely rough taste going down, but does have its audience in Germany.
This Romanian “moonshine” has a wild range of alcohol content, sometimes going up to 60% just based on how the bottle was made. It’s created with yeast and plums, and it has an obviously strong and bitter taste to it.