Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

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Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

This range of liqueur essences from "Still Spirits" is renowned for its authentic flavours. Mix with "Liqueur Base C" & spirit to make 1.125 litres of liqueur. No other ingredients required.

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Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

This range of liqueur essences from "Still Spirits" is renowned for its authentic flavours. Mix with "Liqueur Base C" & spirit to make 1.125 litres of liqueur. No other ingredients required.

 

710ml of 40% ABV Alcohol, add LIQUEUR BASE C, final volume 1.125L

 

Similar to Galliano Amaretto Liqueur

Amaretto, the amber-coloured liqueur while using incomparable taste, smooth, velvety and full of almond aromas.

The name is really a diminutive from the Italian amaro, meaning "bitter", indicating the distinctive flavour lent through the mandorla amara--the bitter almond or even the drupe kernel. However, the bitterness isn't unpalatable, and the flavour is enhanced by sweeteners, and often sweet almonds, within the final products. Therefore, the liqueur's name can probably be said to describe the flavour as "a little bitter". Conflation of amare and amore ("love") is primarily accountable for the associations with romance. Amaretto shouldn't be confused with amaro, another family of Italian liqueurs that, whilst sweetened, possess a stronger bitter flavour originating from herbs.

Legend

Regardless of the known history about the introduction and acceptance of almonds into Italian cuisine, newer takes on the meanings and origins came about, further popularized through the two famous labels. Though of sometimes questionable factuality, these tales hold a sentimental devote Saronno culture.

In 1525, a Saronno church commissioned artist Bernardino Luini, among Leonardo da Vinci's pupils, to color their sanctuary with frescoes. Because the church was focused on the Virgin Mary, Luini required to depict the Madonna, but is at need of a model. He found his inspiration inside a young widowed innkeeper, who became his model and (in many versions) lover. From gratitude and affection, the girl wished to provide him a gift. Her simple means didn't permit much, so she steeped apricot kernels in brandy and presented the resulting concoction to some touched Luini.

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Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

Amaretto - Top Shelf Liqueur Still Spirits

This range of liqueur essences from "Still Spirits" is renowned for its authentic flavours. Mix with "Liqueur Base C" & spirit to make 1.125 litres of liqueur. No other ingredients required.

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