As such the main flavour was caraway and so far I have come across three recipes calling for 3-4 ingredients, whereas the current CO's are based just on 2 and what is more seem to be colourless oil mixes when the Allasch of the heyday was yellow and traditionally-made without cutting corners. Łańcut was producing a green Allasch (30%) till 2000 or so; seems to be discontinued. Its strength was in the range 38-45% and it was believed to contain a generous amount of sugar syrup (35-45%). Has anyone tried it at all? I mean the real deal™? and is it worth trying at all?
In the meantime I have composed a 6-ingredient recipe I would like to try, though still deciding how much sugar syrup to add and what level leave it at (There might be actually two versions: sweeter at 43% (very common strength in the heyday) and drier at 51.3%).