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A beautiful Limoncello, produced in Italy by Lazzaroni, using an infusion of non-treated lemon peel from Sicily, made to a very old recipe. Best served chilled as a digestif.
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Lazzaroni Sambuca 1851 Liqueur is a blend of rich, sweet liqueur and star anise, essential oils creating a ripely blended liqueur that offers notes of black licorice with a sweet finish. A perfect digestif ...
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The secret of this elixir is its all-around character. Try it straight for a great after-dinner drink; as a long drink it becomes a powerful aperitif and a quenching experience;pour some in your coffee ...
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Imported from Italy, but priced like a domestic. Ruch flavors are perfect with coffee or straight over ice. A delightful, amber-colored liqueur highlighted by a distinctive almond flavor. Basilica Amaretto ...
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The craftsmen at Distillerie Stock have imbued GranGala with a fetching orange/bronze color, a satiny medium-weight body and a generous bouquet saturated with the aromas of spice, brown sugar and sun-ripened ...
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Made from an infusion of macerated whole blood orange fruit and an aromatic lemon distillate. The nose is bright and sunny and the tasting profile is bitter, sweet and mouthwatering.
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Averna Amaro 750ml
Sale: $30.97
Averna Amaro is still made from a recipe developed in 1868 containing a careful blending of herbs, roots and citrus rind. A luscious texture, concentrated palate and subtle bitterness make this an absolutely ...
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The opulent bouquet features scents of pear fruit and nutmeg. Entry is ripe, properly acidic, tart to off dry and balanced; the midpalate is pleasingly fruity, a touch baked and a bit minerally. Ends up ...
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In the early 30’, Lorenzo’s greatgrandpa, Gaetano Inga, born in Noto, Sicily and producing in Sicily liquors, brandies and Marsala wine, before moving to the North, was also making a delicious ...
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Luxardo Bitter 750ml
Sale: $23.97
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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Candolini Grappa is made from 85% free-running grape juice, distilled pips and stems. Aromatic and flavorful, its traditional 19th-century bottle is a classic among Italian distillates and after more than ...
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Meletti Anisette 750ml
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Distillate of aniseed and other aromatic herbs from the area of Ascoli Piceno. It is produced according to the original recipe made by Silvio Meletti in 1870. It is a sweet strong drink and a glass of it ...
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An exceptionally smooth liqueur by the makers of Tomana Sambuca. Romana Black has an intriguing dark color and delicious, rich taste which captures the spirit and allure of the Roman night.
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Dark brown with an orange cast; fresh peppermint aromas are very distinctive; a huge blast of menthol assaults the palate with a drying bitter herb finish. Fratelli Branca Distillerie, does say that it ...
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Americano Gancia, ithe firey red of sunset in the authentic garden of fragrances, the stimulating wormwood and strong gentian, the sweet and bitter taste of orange with all the freshness and magic of wine ...
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