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This spirit has a beautiful crimson color and shows fantastic aromas of anise, peach pit, dried cherry, and exotic Asian spices. The palate has further flavors of dried fruit and almonds and finishes with a light touch of cinnamon bark.
The original liqueur created in 1880 by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. A delicate blend of fine cognacs and distilled essence of tropical oranges with Marnier-Lapostolle’s secret touch. Slow ageing in French oak casks gives it incomparable roundness and subtlety.
Bright and dynamic attack in mouth. Slight and very pleasant peppery side. Very fruity mouth with blackberries, blackcurrants and other small acidulous red fruits notes. Long and aromatic finish, very faithful to the aromas of the berry.
Established in 1840 in Great Britain. The rich amber hue of PIMM’S No. 1 comes from infusing lots of lovely gin with herbal botanicals, caramelised orange and delicate spices. We could go on about the layers of flavours and that, but its probably better if you start drinking it while
The Meletti family selects the finest Sorrento lemons from groves located along the coast of the Marches. This type of lemon is noted for its low acidity and thick skin – imparting a full, rich mouth feel, lemon flavors that are pronounced but not harsh, and a taste that’s balanced
A blend of fine cognac and orange essence. Entry is off dry and intensely orange; at midpalate the taste increases in orange concentration, advancing from off dry to bittersweet and is intensely citrusy. Finishes with orange panache and delicacy. A lovely triple sec.
For this liqueur, an infusion is made of both green and red rhubarb to achieve a perfect balance between tart and sweet. An aroma of strawberry candy and fresh rhubarb stalk transforms on the palate into stewed rhubarb and red berry marmalade with a slightly vegetal finish.