July 14, 2009

Vegefeuer Herbal Liqueur


We just got a great email about a liqueur we'd never heard of, and here's the snippet we wanted to share:


The name (german purgatory) is synonym
for the very special moment of sin
we all appreciate ...

You are hot for more informations

Yes, yes we are.

When we found that informations, we were impressed. It runs a hot 110 proof, and you're supposed to set it on fire before you drink it. We haven't found anything we didn't like yet. Check out these notes from their Taste page.

The taste character of that fiery liquor is surprising-complex, fresh, stimulating, multi-layered, lasting. Notes of mint, almonds, nuts, vanilla, chocolate are dominating in the foreground as well as multitude of taste allusions with a discrete herbal note in the velvety finish.

The exceptional liquor has a spezial decorative effect when it is offered as a drink flambé. By lighting the liquor roast flavours and caramel notes are unfolded. Period of burning: 30 seconds till 2 minutes are ideal.

That pretty much tears it - we have to get our hands on a bottle of this stuff...and a lighter...and 30 seconds to two minutes.


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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 14, 2009 7:54 AM
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Does anyone know where I can buy this stuff in Maryland? I'd like to get it before Christmas.

Posted by: Lisa Marchsteiner at November 4, 2009 6:34 PM

Fantastic stuff.Not camparable to anything I ever drank before.
The best is the story how they found it. Heard something about found bottles in grandpa's basement. There's some info on http://www.vegefeuer.com/hist.html

Posted by: RingOfFire at July 21, 2009 7:34 AM

incredible tasty
for a 110 proof
delicate and smooth

very unique


Posted by: fossi at July 17, 2009 4:37 AM

I know this stuff! It is really good, the taste is unique and great, I like it....

Posted by: Tom at July 15, 2009 4:17 AM

They obviously have an effective viral marketing campaign! ;) Hopefully it is actually good.

Posted by: oscillator at July 14, 2009 6:15 PM
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