A Dutch made Kummel. The Wolfschmidt name dates back to a distillery at Riga, Latvia which supplied ‘ochishchenoje stolovoje vino’ (rectified table wine, vodka) to Russian tsars. Aroma: clean and pungent, caraway, aniseed and mint with faint note of citrus. Taste: syrupy, full-flavoured and fiery with pronounced fresh caraway, laced with aniseed, citrus and fresh peppermint. Finish: long, caraway, aniseed and peppermint with ligenring icing sugar-sweetness.