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Review: Ecstasy Liqueur

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The red bottle and fancy writing make Ecstasy instantly appealing… but what is this “liqueur” that’s bottled at a whopping 70 proof and includes caffeine?

Clearly marketed at the Red Bull & Vodka crowd, Ecstasy is a spirit (basically diluted grain alcohol) for the LiLo/Paris/Britney crowd, spiked with caffeine, ginseng, taurine, and other stimulants designed to help you dance-slash-party after a long day of sleeping and shopping instead of mellowing out after a long day of work.

Ecstasy describes the spirit as having “the predominant flavors of pomegranate and citrus with notes of apple,” and by that I assume they mean “bubble gum.” Seriously, this is Bubblicious distilled into a bottle, and infused with stimulants and booze. Drinking it straight tastes a little like chewing Bubble Yum with a gushy vodka center. Again, imagine the target audience.

I tried Ecstasy straight (not great), with equal parts vodka (better), and in one of the most daring things I’ve ever consumed, mixed in equal parts with Jagermeister in a concoction Ecstasy calls the Exorcism (not as bad as you’d think; a bit like Blackjack gum). Still, no one in my generation is going to be knocking this stuff back on a nightly basis. But if the paparazzi are after you, well, by all means, get to it.

C / $30 (and up) / drinkecstasy.com

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Christopher Null

Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content company.

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8 Comments

  1. brilliant vodka March 26, 2008

    Caffeine and 70 proof alcohol, it sounds like something that I should be drinking on a Monday morning !

    paul

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  2. cnull March 26, 2008

    paul – I dare you!

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  3. brilliant vodka April 2, 2008

    Consider it done :D Where I work we are allowed to drink on the job :D
    -p

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  4. jazspin April 8, 2008

    Ah, now the red bull and vodka is already mixed together. I can seriously see this being popular with the club kids, though.

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  5. cnull April 8, 2008

    jazspin – I think that’s exactly the idea.

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  6. Anonymous January 28, 2011

    from which country is been originated

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  7. Aliasgar January 28, 2011

    from which country is been originated

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  8. Christopher Null January 28, 2011

    Aliasgar: It’s from the U.S.

    Reply

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