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Luxardo Bitter 750ml
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A Campari-type aperitif in the Luxardo style, first made in 1885.A pleasant aperitif obtained from the infusion of several fruits and herbs such as sweet oranges, bitter oranges, rhubarb, marjoram and thyme.
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Luxardo Cherry Sangue Morlacco is a liqueur obtained from Marasca cherry juice, a sour cherry variety exclusively cultivated by Luxardo fermented and matured for two years in oak vats. “Deep ruby ...
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In this Amaro are infused 7 herbs and roots including cardamom, cinnamon and bitter orange peel. Amaro Abano is a medium bitter, popular in Italy; it is drunk straight after a meal with or without ice to ...
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First advertised in 1905, Luxardo Limoncello is an authentic Italian lemon liqueur that is extremely popular in Italy, either served straight up and chilled, or on the rocks with soda or tonic. Luxardo’s ...
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It is difficult to make a good Orange liqueur. Luxardo passes the test with flying colors. The refined Triple Sec of Luxardo is the result of the distillation of bitter oranges from Curaçao and sweet ...
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Amber with fine orange shades.Intense of apricot. Flavor: Sweet and well-rounded.Fresh on the palate with a persistent fragrance.
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Amber in color.Harmonious, intense and well-rounded hazelnut aroma.A marked, full-bodied hazelnut flavor, without harshness and a velvety, long-lasting finish.
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Amaretto di Saschira is a classic refined liqueur, with a velvety taste and fragrant almond aroma packaged in a slim, elegant and modern bottle. This bottle won the international competition known as Millennium ...
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As an antique tradition would have it, a tradition that to this day embraces all the countries of the Mediterranean basin, Italy too has its anise based national liqueur: Sambuca. It is a sweet and strong ...
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The Maraschino’s distinctive flavor comes from the Marasca cherries, and the crushed cherry pits lend an almond-like flavor to Maraschino. Honey is also part of the ancient recipe. The distillate is allowed ...
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