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Rumple Minze

Rumple Minze is a German-style liqueur brand, best known for their peppermint schnapps. The brand is owned by the alcoholic beverage holding company Diageo, based in London.[1]

The Rumple Minze peppermint liquor has a strong candy-cane taste, and it has a high alcohol content at 50% alcohol by volume, (100 proof), compared to the 40% (or 80 proof) of most liquors. It is commonly served chilled, straight up (in some cases as a digestif[2]) or it can also be mixed to form various cocktails.

Rumple Minze was rated a 95 (out of a possible 100) by the Beverage Tasting Institute.[1] The top market for this product is the United States. The success of their peppermint schnapps has led Rumple Minze to release two new flavors which include a berry flavored liqueur and a lime flavored liqueur, both of which are 100 proof.

The logo on the front of the bottle is a picture of a double-headed golden eagle. This symbol is a reference to the German coat of arms.

References

  1. ^ a b "Rumple Minze". Diageo. 
  2. ^ Stavrou, Scott. "Rumpleminze". Wine X. Retrieved 10 June 2013. 
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