As of now, there are several types of beverages in the world; both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, some make you lose a sense of reality and let you doze off, while some give a small kick to your throat. Even in liqueur, you’ve got several types, each type has its specialty. But that’s not what we’ll be discussing in this article; well, sort of. We’ll be discussing a liqueur brand called Rumpleminze.
Rumpleminze is a liqueur brand known for its strong Peppermint flavored schnapps. Originally, it was made in Germany, that’s where it came from, but now, you’ll mostly find it being produced in Canada. People enjoy drinking it in shots with a sweet and strong flavor, but if you’re daring enough, you can try chugging down a whole bottle/glass! (It’s not recommended though if you wanna’ savor the taste).
With that said, we’ve listed a few details related to Rumpleminze liqueur, you can keep reading the article for more information.
As mentioned before, Rumple Minze originates from Germany; it’s a German-style liqueur brand, and again, like mentioned above, it’s famous for its peppermint schnapps. As for who owns it, it’s the company called Diageo – an alcoholic beverage company based in London. Scharlachberg Distillery in Bingen produces the peppermint liqueur that’s in Germany.
As for how it tastes, you’ll find it quite similar to a candy cane; moving towards its alcohol content, we get about 50% alcohol by alcohol volume, which means it has a high alcohol percentage (100 proof) when compared to the 40%/ 80 proof of many liquors. People prefer the liqueur chilled, straight up, without a lime.
If the normal version doesn’t work for you, you can mix things up to make several cocktails as well. In the end, it’s all up to you, what you want to drink. Rumple Minze received a 95/100 rating from the Beverage Tasting Institute. For the top market, you’ll find that in the United States.
Their peppermint schnapps received so many positive reviews/responses that they decided to release two new flavors: a berry-flavored liqueur and a lime-flavored liqueur. Both of these new flavors are 100 proof like the first one. Now the logo that Rumple Minze has is a double-headed golden eagle that’s attached to the front of the liqueur’s bottle.
What does the symbol refer to? The answer to this is pretty straightforward, it refers to the German coat of arms.
Rumple Minze is a liqueur known for its peppermint-flavored schnapps. It comes from Germany but is mostly produced in Canada nowadays. It’s got a sweet and strong flavor, and it’s best taken in shots, but chugging down a whole bottle/glass is still an option. This german-style liqueur received a 95/100 rating from the Beverage Tasting Institute and has its top market in the U.S.
It contains about 50% high alcohol content (100 proof), with 40% alcohol content in the 80 proof. With a huge amount of positive reviews on the peppermint schnapps, lime and berry-flavored liqueurs were released. The symbol on the front of the bottle represents the german coat of arms, it’s a double-headed golden eagle.
That pretty much sums it up. We’ve listed everything you need to know about the liqueur brand. We hope you find this article useful, if you have any further questions/queries, feel free to comment down below, we’ll try to respond to you as soon as we can! For now, that’s all for this article.
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