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Amaretto di Amore Liqueur 56@

Bottle Size: 1.75l Item #: 1005080
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Amaretto di Amore Liqueur 56@ 1.75l

Amaretto di Amore Liqueur 56@

Deep mahogany hue. Generous caramel and almond aromas. A viscous attack leads to a full-bodied, sweet palate. Thick and rich. Syrupy but not cloying, flavorful finish.

Deep mahogany hue. Generous caramel and almond aromas. A viscous attack leads to a full-bodied, sweet palate. Thick and rich. Syrupy but not cloying, flavorful finish.

Amaretto di Amore has been around a while and Amaretto itself has history going way back. You have definitely either seen it in a bar or drank it in a cocktail. Amaretto is defined by most sources as an Almond-flavored Liqueur made from either Almond or Apricot pits. Turns out they have a similar flavor. The origin of Amaretto is in Italy, however there are several brands produced in America and other lands around the world. Amaretto di Amore's label (from my older bottle) says it is produced by the Barton Distilling Company which appears to have been acquired by the Sazerac Company in early 2009.

Becky Coe
3/20/14 10:44 AM JOINED 11/21/13
Simply Delicious!! I mix this with Kahlua and milk!

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Amaretto di Amore Amaretto di Amore Liqueur 56@
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
Deep mahogany hue. Generous caramel and almond aromas. A viscous attack leads to a full-bodied, sweet palate. Thick and rich. Syrupy but not cloying, flavorful finish.
 

Notes on the Amaretto di Amore Liqueur 56@ 1.75L

Tasting Notes Deep mahogany hue. Generous caramel and almond aromas. A viscous attack leads to a full-bodied, sweet palate. Thick and rich. Syrupy but not cloying, flavorful finish.

Technical Notes Amaretto di Amore has been around a while and Amaretto itself has history going way back. You have definitely either seen it in a bar or drank it in a cocktail. Amaretto is defined by most sources as an Almond-flavored Liqueur made from either Almond or Apricot pits. Turns out they have a similar flavor. The origin of Amaretto is in Italy, however there are several brands produced in America and other lands around the world. Amaretto di Amore's label (from my older bottle) says it is produced by the Barton Distilling Company which appears to have been acquired by the Sazerac Company in early 2009.