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Makrut Lime

Makrut Lime®

Lime Vodka

Bold lime flavors and aromas are coupled with notes of wood, white pepper, and cucumber for unmatched complexity.

Tasting Notes
White Pepper

BUMPIER and UGLIER than A TRADITIONAL LIME, imparting A Taste that’s second to NONE

Lime can be very temperamental and difficult to distil, and after all that hard work you can still end up with a spirit that smells and tastes like artificially flavored candy. Enter the makrut lime – the Thais use this citrus because of its high aromatic oil content and bold flavor. The resulting spirit is nothing like we have ever tasted – unmistakably lime and endlessly complex.

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