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Often mistaken as a sort of Thai whisky, Mekhong is actually made of 95% molasses and 5% rice. A popular drink amongst the tourist of Thailand.
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Sweet beautiful taste and aroma. you either love it or hate it. I first drank this in Thailand and I love it. Nice to mix 50/50 with coke and ice. It's never given me a hangover either.
2nd January 2015
Very sweet drink, served best with coke.
8th February 2014
Top drink. Only pussy's would criticise a drink they can't handle. If you're a proper mister, you'll love this!
yeah, foul, terrible stuff.
5th January 2014
Sipped this in Thailand and didn't go out that night. Really nasty stuff, good for stripping stomach lining. Nose is overwhelming with unpleasent notes of burning tires. On the tongue, petrol and nothing more. Crazy stuff, but drinking this gives the appreciation for everything that is better ten fold.
20th June 2013
Foul tasting brew that can only be used as the lowest base for poor quality cocktails. There are rumours that, like Singha beer, this spirit contains formaldehyde - maybe if they put more in it'd improve the taste.
5th March 2013
I am always for the look for some exciting and different spirits.When I got Mekhong in my hands, I was really thrilled... until I opened the bottle.It is poorly distilled spirit, without any good aromas. Even worse, there can be obvious distillation flaws acknowledged - I would call it the rocket-fuel-syndrome...Don't even consider to buy it - there are only two spirits, which I even more despair: Indian cashew fanny and Chinese white spirit!
7th July 2012