Distilled spirits or hard liquor typically have the highest alcohol content among all alcoholic beverages. The percentage of alcohol by volume (ABV) in a distilled spirit can range from around 35% to as high as 95% in some cases. Here are some examples of distilled spirits and their approximate ABV:
Absinthe: Typically has an ABV of around 45-74%.
Rum: Depending on the type, rum can have an ABV of around 40-60%.
Whiskey: Depending on the type, whiskey can have an ABV of around 40-60%.
Vodka: Typically has an ABV of around 35-50%, although some high-proof vodka can have an ABV of up to 95%.
Tequila: Typically has an ABV of around 40-50%.
It is important to note that consuming distilled spirits in excess can have significant negative health consequences, including the risk of alcohol poisoning and other alcohol-related health problems. Additionally, it is recommended that adults consume alcohol in moderation, which generally means up to one drink per day for women and up to two drinks per day for men.