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TÖST Is The Most Delicious Beverage You’ve Never Heard Of

TÖST Is The Most Delicious Beverage You’ve Never Heard Of


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This non-alcoholic bubbly just won a prestigious award

This non-alcoholic beverage is fruity, but not too sweet.

If you’ve ever wondered what to drink when you’re not drinking, but you don’t want to sacrifice the taste of a carefully crafted beverage — here’s the scoop: TÖST is a fruity, fizzy, non-alcoholic drink with more flavor than a seltzer and less sugar than a soda.

The Specialty Food Association recently presented TÖST with a SOFI award, which stands for “specialty outstanding food innovation,” for the best new product in the ready-to-drink cold beverage category. The all-natural, low-calorie white tea, white cranberry, and ginger drink is one of 156 food and drink winners selected from 2,600 submissions in 39 separate categories.

“We are enormously grateful to the national panel of culinary experts who recognize the distinctly delicious flavor of TÖST,” TÖST CEO Brooks Addington said in a release. “We are looking forward to sharing TÖST at the Summer Fancy Food Show and with the many customers who will be tasting our beverage for the first time in the near future.”


If you don’t wish to skip out on the booze, but still want to enjoy the taste of TÖST, it can also be used as a mixer as an alternative to unhealthful sodas and juice. This effervescent drink is available at select restaurants and retailers across the Northeast and Midwest, including everyone’s favorite organic market, Whole Foods.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.


What to Do with Kümmel, The Funky Caraway Liqueur

On the �sy to love” scale, some liqueurs are like St-Germain — whether or not it’s your favorite, it’s hard to really dislike the pleasingly fragrant elderflower liqueur, at least when it’s used judiciously.

And then there’s kümmel. Dating back to 16th-century Holland, the clear liqueur is flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel, making it taste a bit like liquid rye bread, with anise flavors and other spices lingering around the edges. It’s smooth but intensely savory. Cocktail geeks love it. First-timers…well, it depends.

But kümmel can be amazing in cocktails. The version we’re using from Combier is 76 proof (38% alcohol) and thus is almost as boozy as a spirit it stars both in simple highballs, and cocktails as complex as the liqueur itself. Here are three to try.



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