Top 10 strongest liquors

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Alcohol. Love it, hate it, drink it. Beer normally contains 4 – 6% abv (alcohol by volume). The alcohol content of most wines varies between 12% and 14,5%. ¬†Fortified wines are ‘fortified’ by adding distilled spirit up to levels of about 20% abv. Stronger drinks, such as whisky, gin, rum, wodka, many liquors are distilled after fermentation to increase the alcohol content, ranging from 30% to more than 90%. ¬†But which liquor is the strongest? Check our top 10 list!

Top 10 strongest liquors

  1. John Crow Batty Rum, Jamaican white rum, the local moonshine – Proof 160 / 80% abv
  2. Balkan Wodka, Bulgarian wodka, popular in South America, n/a in USA – Proof 176 / 88%abv
  3. Pincer Shanghai Strength, Scottish (botanical!)wodka – Proof 177 / 89%abv
  4. Hapsburg Gold Label Premium Reserve Absinthe, Czech Republik – Proof 179 / 89,9%abv
  5. Marienburg 90 Rum , rum from Suriname – Proof 180 / 90%abv
  6. River Antoine Royal Grenadian Rum, rum from Grenada, drawn from the pott still – Proof 180 / 90%abv
  7. Bruichladdich X4 Quadrupled whisky, world’s most alcoholic single malt – Proof 184 / 92%abv
  8. Golden Grain, USA, though prohibited in many states – Proof 190 / 95%abv
  9. Everclear, USA, firing, but tasteless – Proof 190 / 95%
  10. Spirytus, Polish wodka, favoured by fearless pilotes that had to cross Siberia – Proof 192 / 96%abv

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We suggest:
The Home Distiller’s Workbook: Your Guide to Making Moonshine, Whisky, Vodka, Rum and So Much More! Vol. 1

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