Kummel Wolfschmidt Liqueur

50cl / 39%
Kummel Wolfschmidt Liqueur
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Famous aniseed-and-caraway-flavoured liqueur with a great mouthcoating texture and a honeyed finish, Kummel is best served chilled to within an inch of its life.
Country
England
Flavour
Caraway
Colouring
Yes

Kummel Wolfschmidt Liqueur Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Rocky

    Nose: Restrained compared to the Mentzendorff – lemon being the dominant aroma with caraway taking a back seat.

    Palate: In contrast to the nose, the caraway is more prominent with anise and hints of lemon sherbet in the background.

    Finish: Medium to long with the anise making it through to the very finish.

    Comment: An interesting contrast between nose and palate, the latter being where it really comes alive. The length is impressive – I can see why this is the choice of clubs around the country.

23 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 February

    I often find herbal liqueurs a little sickly but the hint of mintiness from the caraway cuts through it nicely and makes this drink really fresh way to cleanse the palate after a meal.

  • ccb 22 December 2013

    love this ice cold left in freezer. It is addictive!

  • Anonymous 22 April 2013

    A fantastic liqueur. Unique for its complex caraway, cumin and fennel flavours and ABV at 39%. As a bartender I enjoy adding this to cocktails. The classic Silver Bullet, and a cocktail I found which is a variation on a bourbon sour with pressed apple juice are both brilliant. One that I created involves London Dry Gin, dry sherry, honey water, angostura bitters and kümmel. If you have access to the relevant materials and ingredients, give them a go!

  • Anonymous 16 April 2013

    A fantastic addition to my Austrian Goulash recipe:- 2kg Venison / Beef 50g flour 50g paprika 4 onions stock kummel seasoning Fry off meat and onions in large pan, add flour & paprika binding them together. Slowly add stock, stirring all the time. Season, add the kummel and leave to simmer until meat is tender (approx 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 hours). Add more stock if required.....yum

  • Johnny Norfolk. 27 December 2012

    Kummel was the best selling liqueur in Britain before The Second World War.Supplies dried up as then it was made in the Baltic states.It was amazing how a best sellar like Kummel was then forgotton and many people have not even heard of it today. This is a great drink that I like very much.I drink it with no ice and in a very small liqueur glass. You must try it and find out why it sold so well.

  • Polly 23 December 2012

    great stuff being looking for outlet for years LOVE IT!

  • Anonymous 25 October 2012

    Enjoyed sipping this with ice at a very historic golf course. Could grow on me.

  • Moles Friend 17 April 2012

    My defences were raised when I saw this was made in the UK - however, they needed have been. This stuff tastes 'exactly' as I remember it 40 years ago.....chilled down and sipped slowly this is masterpiece in a glass. Fabulous.

  • john 10 January 2012

    Great for pork & krut with kummel love it

  • NOBBY JAN '12 8 January 2012

    WE USED TO LEAVE IT IN THE FREEZER WHILE WE DONE OUR SHIFT IN A FRIENDS PARENTS PUB,THEN SIT AND SIP AND PLAY CARDS AND TOTALLY ENJOY ITS SMOOTHNESS.TOTALLY ADDICTIVE ONCE TRIED.

  • Emma 14 December 2010

    Yay, the ultimate xmas prezzie for the olds :)

  • Flippin' Jimmy 18 August 2010

    Smooth as jiggered steak - powerful as moolkran's wrath - clear as a phlanser's eye - as palatable as a dram of IBGB

  • Flippin' Jimmy 16 August 2010

    A wee drivey and not for wample - git a dram and floom the warker - if not jandy, then trancle, for sure.

  • ATC 17 July 2010

    The 'Get out of Jail Free' card for the adult who has over-indulged.

  • Anonymous 26 February 2010

    I have been looking for this product for years, I used to use it also in my bakery and add a wee bit to my production of Rye braad -Delicious! I will now introduce it to my friends and watch their faces as they imbibe.StanBow.

  • June 6 February 2010

    Extremely relaxing

  • Gemma 1 February 2010

    A True adult gripewater

  • ali 16 January 2010

    Its great if your stomach is aching.Taste lovely

  • Anonymous 16 December 2009

    dad loves it

  • pebbletripper 10 December 2009

    ive been looking in shops for years. A drink to be treasured

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