Coffee-flavored Unicum has arrived
Posted by Budnews · Nov 26, 2020

The best-known Hungarian alcoholic brand received a special twist.

If someone has to name Hungarian alcoholic beverages, then in addition to the different pálinkas, everyone will surely think of Unicum. The original Unicum is a Hungarian herbal liqueur or bitters, drunk as a digestif and apéritif created in 1790. These days it has lemon, plum and Risevra versions, and now the newest flavor is here.

Unicum Barista is all we could wish for: Unicum and coffee in one cup. Unicum Barista is matured in oak barrels with Arabica coffee extract, and has a unique, bitter yet tasty flavor. Zwack has been developing the Unicum Barista for three years, combining the traditions of the centuries-old past of bitter liqueur consumption with the already well-known arabica coffee. But the Barista doesn’t stop there, the oak barrel maturation gives the drink its final character.

“It is a great pleasure for us to report on a development in this extraordinary, challenging period with the presentation of the Unicum Barista, which is an important milestone in the life of Zwack Unicum and in the domestic history of liqueur and coffee production. We have come a long way in recent years to create a special drink that faithfully reflects the Hungarian traditions of these two areas in all its elements.” said Sándor Zwack, Chairman of the Board of Zwack Unicum Plc.

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