Tastes like asbestos with a hint of ear wax. Just the way I remember. Love it!
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Jeppson's Malort 750ML
Jeppson's Malört has the aroma and full-bodied flavor of an unusual botanical. Its bitter taste is savored by two-fisted drinkers. - Producer
It’s sterile and I like the taste
I personally like the taste of Malort in very small sips. I wanted to see the Malort face of my daughter her husband and her in-laws. It was quite funny. My daughters father in law and I sat down for a number of slow sips to enjoy the grapefruit and orange peel after taste (after the 1st shock of course). Worth the money for shipping to New York. A different and interesting experience.
I bought this because of Frosty Heidi and Frank on KLOS 95.5FM. It really isn't that bad.
Malort is easily the greatest liquid created by anyone, ever. It tastes like magic and anyone who says otherwise is a fool or a Communist. The only drawback is that it isn't distributed across the country but luckily you can get it shipped. I can't recommend Malort highly enough. Once you try it you will be hooked forever.
EXCELLENT! We are definitely among the 2%.
Not really a smell to be smelled. When you first shoot it - it tastes like any other shot ... then it changes ... it morphs into a floral hop punch to the face x 1000. What is that I taste? A memory? A flower? Gasoline? Nothing you chase it with will help the bitterness leave your mouth. You are strapped in until it slowly disappears. YOLO. ~ Cheers
Everyone should have a shot of Malört just to remind them that every bad decision in their life can be translated into a flavor. It's also a great bottle to keep on your desk at work should anyone try to snag a pour without permission. The five stages of grieving are all experienced. First you deny that you just consumed something that tastes like rotten oranges and pennies. Then you get angry at the person who served you this shot. Bargaining comes in when you try to chase the flavor out of your mouth with literally anything in arms reach, which never works. Depression will come over you as no matter what you do, you can't make the taste leave. Finally you accept your fate, and look forward to sharing this experience with others.
After having some friends physically shuttle some Jeppson's Malort from Illinois to New York, we decided to take some initiative and order a couple of bottles ourselves for a recent winter trip to Vermont. Malort tastes-- I would imagine-- like sausage made from the small intestines of a long-departed corpse...but in a good way, once you get used to it. Wonderful right out the bottle, as a snow cone, as a fruit marinade, or as a loosening agent in a hair smoothie. After the first tip, you think "There's no way I could finish a single bottle in ten lifetimes" but I will tell you, that assessment quickly changes once the sensation grows on you. Since I am nearly positive the glass itself will disintegrate before the contents inside are compromised, I would say to order a few bottles...just in case.
This taste like mildew and amonia.