Jeppson's Malort 750ML

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SKU: 021037010190
UPC: 021037010190
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Product of: USA
Varietal/Type: Liqueur
Size: 750ML


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

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I got what I wanted
Written by kelly toennes on 4th May 2021

This stuff is disgusting, it tastes like stomach bile. I knew it was gross when I ordered it because I've had it before and was aware of its interesting taste but you can't find it anywhere besides the Chicago area. Liquor barn was quick with shipping and it arrived undamaged. 10/10 on liquor barn 0/10 for malort. only give this to people you don't like.

Jeppson's Malort
Written by robtberardi on 18th Apr 2021

I tried this in the Green Mill jazz club in Chicago and said, I have to buy a bottle before I go home to NY. I never got around to it, but I figured I could just buy it in my local liquor store. They didn't have it. Stew Leonard's? No. Astor Wines? They'd never even heard of it. I found it online in several places, but when I got to the shipping info part of each purchase, I'd get a pop-up "We cannot ship to your area." It's really a Chicago exclusive. But Liquor Barn came through! Enjoying a sip right now. Malort has wormwood, but only half the alcohol of absinthe. It tastes almost like aquavit, but much more bitter (which is probably why people tend to either love it or hate it). Highly recommended for when you want that Windy City vibe.

Written by Matthew Holt on 31st Mar 2021

Self-loathing in a bottle

Written by Jim Jones on 16th Mar 2021

One the most unique taste in any acholal product I have ever purchased We make our probate's indulge Gotta try it at least once

Uniquely persistent...flavor
Written by Jim on 13th Mar 2021

Men at times do inexplicable things just to prove that they have the ability to do so—if you feel that quaffing on this brew falls into this category of activity, by all means have at it. You will then, like me, be experiencing the lovely after effects of the bouncy intestine and the feeling that this “botanical” has soaked through every interstitial area of your body, and through your soul—to say this stuff lingers is a gross understatement. This is the crazy ex of alcohol. No order of protection will save you from yourself though, just listen to Nancy Reagan. Well, it will send the bug that crawled up your ass running for cover, that’s a plus. Buy a bottle, you know you want to.

Not what I was expecting
Written by Nordine on 22nd Feb 2021

I expected writhing pain, uncontrollable cramping, dogs running away from the sound of the bottle being opened et al., but I am shocked. It is unique and yes, she's a bitter girl, but I actually quite like it. I think I'm going to be keeping this in stock out here in Upstate NY. Really enjoying it!

Great if you hate your friends
Written by Alec on 19th Jan 2021

This is the worst liqueur I've ever tasted. 5 stars.

Dumpster Juice. Delicious, Wonderful Dumpster Juice
Written by Sasha on 6th Dec 2020

This is not a pleasant drink. But in the misery of drinking what is probably last year's snowmelt from Chicago highways, you discover a new kind of inner peace - only for that peace to be torn apart by an aftertaste so singularly unpleasant, it might as well be a Cubs game. 10/10

Spectacularly horrific
Written by Gilbert W. Moore on 3rd Dec 2020

What can you say about Malort that hasn't been said? It is spectacularly horrific. It's more bitter than your ex. It combines the delightful flavors of Anise and Anus. Actually we drink it neat at room temp and we like it. Don't buy the hype. It's not for undeveloped palates, but if you're far enough down the path to appreciate Anchovies and Kimchi, you just might love the stuff.

Worth Every Penny!!
Written by Mark Tarrant on 10th Nov 2020

Now I won't say this is the best tasting liqueur I've ever had. Having said that it's brought me so much joy ever since buying a few bottles. Only now do I truly understand the concept of schadenfreude, at house parties I provide my guest with the opportunity to partake in it's "full-bodied flavor of an unusual botanical." Never letting my guest drink alone I've grown accustom to the taste, but their reaction rarely disappoints. I'm from Oklahoma so it's not available around here and most of my friends have never heard of it before I introduce this fine product into their lives.

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