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Agwa Herbal Liqueur

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1046537
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Agwa Herbal Liqueur 750ml

Agwa Herbal Liqueur

Bright, semi-fluorescent green with perfect clarity. The nose is complex with a delicate floral note taking the lead with sweet herbal and citrus (lime takes the lead here) notes and accents of anise. The palate echoes the nose upfront with a sweet, soft entry that then turns peppery. The finish is part sweet herb and lime with pepper and a rising menthol-like note that completes the taste experience.

The AGWA brand claims a longstanding heritage that honors traditional Bolivian coca leaf liqueurs, the first of which was produced by the De Medici family in Bologna in 1820. Previous to this however the coca leaf had been used for thousands of years by the native South American population. However, they for the most part chewed the leaf; by comparison, the making of alcoholic drinks was of a more limited scope. These older variants of the liqueur were enjoyed by many in anecdotal accounts, including Rudyard Kipling, who described the drink as being made "from the clippings and shavings of angels' wings". AGWA itself claims to build upon this long standing tradition of coca leaf infused liquor.

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Agwa de Bolivia Agwa Herbal Liqueur
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Bright, semi-fluorescent green with perfect clarity. The nose is complex with a delicate floral note taking the lead with sweet herbal and citrus (lime takes the lead here) notes and accents of anise. The palate echoes the nose upfront with a sweet, soft entry that then turns peppery. The finish is part sweet herb and lime with pepper and a rising menthol-like note that completes the taste experience.
 

Notes on the Agwa Herbal Liqueur 750ML

Technical Notes The AGWA brand claims a longstanding heritage that honors traditional Bolivian coca leaf liqueurs, the first of which was produced by the De Medici family in Bologna in 1820. Previous to this however the coca leaf had been used for thousands of years by the native South American population. However, they for the most part chewed the leaf; by comparison, the making of alcoholic drinks was of a more limited scope. These older variants of the liqueur were enjoyed by many in anecdotal accounts, including Rudyard Kipling, who described the drink as being made "from the clippings and shavings of angels' wings". AGWA itself claims to build upon this long standing tradition of coca leaf infused liquor.