What is the name of a strong caraway liqueur from Latvia?
Allasch is a type of caraway liqueur of around 40% ABV, usually flavoured with bitter almonds, anise, angelica root and orange peel. Invented in 1823 in Allasch in Latvia, a von Blanckenhagen family property, it was widely popular and produced there until 1944 when the Soviet Union re-occupied Latvia and expelled ethnic Germans from the region. In Latvia it's still produced under the name "Allažu ķimelis".
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