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Zwack Liqueur

(70cl, 40%)

Zwack Liqueur

Zwack Liqueur Bottling Note

A herbal liqueur with citrus fruit extracts from Budapest, Hungary. Made with a blend of over 40 herbs and spices, and like most family owned drinks companies, the Zwack recipe is a closely guarded secret, guaranteeing that you won't taste anything else quite like it.

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Zwack Liqueur Reviews

The best of the best

Best herbal liquor there is.

8th May 2022

Very good


18th March 2017


Forget Zwacks attempt to compete with the Willy Wonka candy factory Jagermeister. And sweet talk aside,Unicum is far the superior blend here. Grapefruity afterburn makes it strange and exotic. Whether on the rocks or room temp, you can't go wrong with the original.

20th December 2015

Puts hairs on your chest!

very strange taste like cough medicine mixed with absinthe. defiantly worth a try if you like trying different drinks.

28th April 2015

NOT the classic Unicum

Be warned, if you're expecting the classic Hungarian Zwack Unicum -- which is more like a bitter liqueur -- this is not it. This is a version made by Zwack for the export/tourist market, sold in Hungary as Unicum-Next. It's syrupy sweet, and lacks the complex bitter flavors of the original. Very disappointing if you're expecting Unicum.

17th April 2014

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