Vegemite flavoured alcohol now exists ... and we're not sure how to feel about it!

Publish Date
Monday, 13 May 2019, 3:58PM

Are you a fan of Vegemite? How about alcohol?

Well, now those two worlds have collided in what has got to be the most bizarre and intriguing way.

That’s right, a Vegemite flavour spirit now exists!

Australian distillery, Archie Rose, has released the interesting concoction that is supposed to taste exactly like Vegemite and butter on toast.

Photo / Archie Rose

"Meet our latest joyful and experimental limited release, ArchieMite Buttered Toast Spirit,” the distiller announced on their website. "Inspired by Australia's love for umami-rich breakfast spreads we've created an unaged spirit like no other featuring freshly churned, uncultured Pepe Saya butter and Sonoma sourdough toast."

"This unaged spirit has a big, mitey character at the front followed by biscuity, bready notes. On the palate, you're given a combination of all three elements coming together - buttery, almost warm, crisp-edged toast with that umami-rich, savoury mite flavour."

Archie Rose – known for making a range spirits including vodka, gin and whisky – suggest using the unusual tasting clear Spirit in cocktails such as a 'Mite Mary' or 'Espresso Mite-Ini' – giving a Vegemite twist on the Bloody Mary and Espresso Martini drinks.

You can get your hands on a bottle of 'Archie Mite – Buttered Toast' for NZ$51 - shipping additional.

Would you give it a try?