1. Vodka Wratislavia Spirytus (96% strength)
Bratislava Spiritus vodka is the most potent alcoholic drink in the world. The alcohol content of ordinary vodka is no more than 45%. The alcohol content in Wratislavia Spirytus is 96%. The country–inventor of such a strong drink is Poland. In the manufacture of Bratislava Spiritus, the primary raw materials are wheat (cereals) and potatoes. Although in traditional production, these components are not mixed. Depending on such raw materials, Bratislava Spiritus acquires its indescribable taste.
At the production stage, thorough cleaning occurs, so vodka does not have toxic additives and is characterized by impeccable transparency. Drinking Wratislavia Spirytus in undiluted form is not safe for life. Alcoholic beverage is used to make cocktails. In diluted form, vodka is an easily drinkable soft drink.
2. Everclear liqueur (95% strength)
American liqueur Everclear is the most potent alcoholic drink of this group. He is in second place in our rating. The usual liqueur has a strength in the 30-40% region. The proportion of alcohol in Everclear is 95%, which allowed the liquor to enter the Guinness Book. Everclear liqueur is also called “devil’s water.”
With such a large percentage of alcohol in the drink, there is no pronounced alcoholic taste or smell. This quality is very popular with bartenders mixing cocktails. They consider it an ideal product for creating original cocktails. It should not be drunk undiluted, and in thirteen US states, the sale of liquor is strictly prohibited because of the dangerous effect on people’s health.
3. Jacques Senaux Black absinthe (85% strength)
Absinthe Jacques Hay Black is in an honourable third place in the ranking. It stands in first place among absinthe, according to the fortress. Absinthe is named after Jacques Hay, a master blending artist from France. This man turned his life into an endless tasting of wine drinks and was highly pleased with these. Spain is considered the drink’s birthplace, where large-scale production of absinthe was launched. The beginning of the creation of the glass was laid in 1956.
Jacques Hay Black has 85% strength and a pleasant licorice taste with delicate wormwood-anise inclusions. Jacques Senaux Black is infused with black currant berries. There is no smell of alcohol, although there is a large amount of it in the drink. Undiluted, the taste of absinthe is scorchingly bitter; not everyone will dare to try it. It is used as an ingredient for cocktails.
4. Bacardi 151 rum (75.5% strength)
Rum Bacardi 151 ranks fourth in our rating. The level of its fortress is 75.5%, and the homeland of production is South America. It is made by fermentation and distillation of molasses with cane syrup. The unusual tart taste of Bacardi 151 is explained by its long exposure, about eight years. Only some people dare to drink rum in undiluted form; mostly, it is part of cocktails.
Bacardi 151 is a drink of transparent amber colour. Its taste combines vanilla and oak aromas. Bacardi 151 is a renowned global brand. He has won about three hundred awards and titles.
5. Georgian Chacha (strength 70%)
In the middle of the rating is Georgian Chacha – the national Georgian alcoholic beverage. The raw material for Chacha is grapes of certain varieties (Isabella, Rkatsiteli, Kachich). During production, raw materials are frozen once or twice. Sometimes oak barrels are used for aging Chacha. The Georgian drink has a strength of about 70 degrees and has a fortified taste with a grape aroma.
6. Snake Venom beer (strength 67.5%)
Scottish beer “Snake Venom” belongs to the most potent drinks of this type of alcohol. Snake Venom first appeared on sale in 2013 and immediately won fans. This beer has a very high alcohol content – 67.5%. The beer traditionally includes malt and water.
The high strength of beer is obtained through using yeast and frosts in manufacturing. “Snake venom” lives up to its name and has a rich, spicy taste. When using Snake Venom, consider its high strength and drink slowly, in small sips.
7. Glenfarclas 105 whiskey (strength 60%)
Glenfarklass 105 whiskey is a popular alcoholic beverage – the place of his birth and production in Scotland. Glenfarclas 105 is made with yeast, barley, and water. The proportion of alcohol in its composition is 60%. After each stage of production, quality control is performed. This allows you to keep the brand unchanged since the beginning of its production.
Whiskey is consumed undiluted and added to cocktails. Whiskey is aged in old wooden barrels where sherry was previously stored. Thanks to this aging, whiskey has its unique taste. Glenfarklas prefer to drink in England and America.
8. GRAPPA Agricola Bepi Tosolini (50% strength)
The alcoholic drink Grappa Agricola Bepi Tosolini is made in Italy. The Tosolini company began its history immediately after the Second World War. Signor Tosolini was among the first to start keeping an alcoholic drink in ash barrels. This trick helped him improve the drink’s taste and aromatic properties. In the manufacture of Grappa, it is used, like the grapes themselves, as well as its shoots and bones.
GRAPPA Agricola Bepi Tosolini is a crystal clear alcohol with a strength of fifty degrees. The aroma of Grappa is a berry mix mixed with a floral scent. The taste of the drink is pleasant, with a long aftertaste.
9. Armagnac Domaine de Jaulin (48.3% strength)
French Armagnac Domain de Jolene, among alcoholic beverages, belongs to the cognac group. Its production was started in 1973. It happened in the province of the same name. The Darroz family was engaged in the manufacture of Armagnac. For a long time (thirty-seven years), the alcoholic beverage was aged in the cellars of the province.
In 2019, it was bottled in glass bottles. The alcohol content in Armagnac is more than 48%. Its fragrance is rich and refined. The taste of Domaine de Jaulin combines notes of fruit, vanilla, coffee, and oak. Drinking Armagnac without having a snack is recommended to feel all the richness of taste qualities. Domain de Jolene can be diluted with juice, water, and soda.
10/Bombay Sapphire Gin (47% strength)
Bombay Sapphire gin is in the last place of our ranking of alcoholic beverages. The composition of gin includes a dozen different components, including bitter almonds, citrus peel, violet root and juniper. None of the gins are made without it. Bombay Sapphire is a British brand that is one of the most highly fortified and expensive drinks among gins.
The Bombay bottle is light blue, rectangular – alcohol in a crystal-clear bottle with a strength of 47 degrees. Bombay Sapphire is suitable for direct consumption and for making cocktails. The taste of gin is pleasant citrus with a predominance of juniper. Pieces of ice will add even more piquancy to this drink.