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Cocktails & Spirits

German Jerusalem Artichoke Liquor ?Topi, Topinambur, Rossler

opinionatedchef | Feb 3, 201109:10 AM     3

Has anyone ever seen or tasted this product in the U.S.? I am a big fan of sunchokes and very interested to try this product. th much.

from Wikipedia:
"Liquor in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, over 90 percent of the Jerusalem artichoke root is used to produce a spirit called "Topinambur", "Topi" or "Rossler".[8] "

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