The exact recipe of Vana Tallinn is a closely guarded secret. Vanilla pods, …
Vana Tallinn (Estonian for Old Tallinn) is a dark brown and robust rum-based liqueur developed in the 1960s and produced by the Estonian company Liviko. The liqueur is sweet with a hint of Jamaican rum, flavoured by various natural spices, including citrus oil, cinnamon and vanilla .
MS Vana Tallinn (Old Tallinn in Estonian) was a cruiseferry owned by the Estonian ferry company Tallink and operated on the line between Kapellskär and Paldiski. She was built in 1974 by Aalborg Skibsværft AS , Aalborg , Denmark for DFDS as MS Dana Regina, and has sailed under the names MS Nord Estonia and MS Thor Heyerdahl.
Length: 153.70 m (504.3 ft)
Vana Tallinn is exquisite Written by Sheldon Schafer on 2nd Mar 2018 My wife and I became addicted to Vana Tallinn during a weeklong visit to Estonia, but didn’t bring any back, not realizing that it would be nearly impossible to find.
Estonia- Vana Tallinn is the world’s most popular Estonian Liqueur. A rum based liqueur with a unique combination of components that include rum from Jamaica, enhanced by vanilla bean pods, spices, orange, lemon and bitter orange oils. Also includes an exotic aroma of cinnamon.
Vana Tallinn is a classic Estonian liqueur which combines Jamaican rum with orange, vanilla, lemon and cinnamon into one tip-top tipple.
Tallinn in old photos (Tänapäev, 2004) by the same compiler, this more recent book concentrates on archival photographs of only the old town portion (i.e. Toompea Castle hill and within the medieval city walls) of Tallinn, Estonia from the years 1880 to 1930. All of the photographs are black & white and come with descriptive texts in both Estonian …
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Jan 01, 2010 · It had no proper name (called simply ’Vana Tallin ja samplus kokteil’), but I like to call it a Hammer and Sickle. On my first visit in 1977, local beer was virtually unobtainable and I was entertained with these for three straight days.
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