Luxardo


Angioletto Hazelnut Liqueur


Angioletto is a traditional Italian liqueur tasting of hazelnuts. Hazelnuts are shelled, toasted and crushed, then infused in a solution of alcohol and water. The hazelnut infusion is distilled to produce a natural hazelnut distillate. A number of natural extracts – including cocoa and vanilla - are blended with the hazelnut infusion and hazelnut distillate.

Luxardo Angioletto is used in a variety of cocktails, in dessert drinks and shooters. It adds a rich, nutty flavor with notes of dark chocolate and vanilla. It is also served straight, chilled, over ice, or with soda or tonic.

Orange Sour Liqueur


This Orange Bitter, with a sun-burst orange colour, is specially made to add a zing to martinis and cocktails. It can also be served chilled as a shooter.

Maraschino


Maraschino Luxardo is a classic. The typical straw coated bottle is by now a true icon on the mass consumption scenario. It is one of the very few liquers in the world produced by distillation. It is obtained from the marasca, a sour cherry variety exclusively cultivated by Luxardo. The distillate is allowed to mature for two years in the Finnish ash vats (this wood does not lend its color even after many years of maturing), and is then diluted and sugared.

Amaretto


A classic refined liqueur, with a velvety taste and a fragrant almond aroma.
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Espresso



A liqueur obtained from the infusion of various types of fine coffees (Brazil, Colombia, Kenya), with the Arabica type predominating. Moderate alcohol content.


Limoncello



Obtained from the infusion of lemon peels in alcohol, Limoncello is one of the most world-renowned Italian liqueurs. It stems from an ancient tradition which enhances the natural aroma and fresh taste of lemons from Southern Italy.
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Sour Apple


An exceptional mix of sweet and sour green apple flavours which will invigorate you through the night! Sour Apple is the liqueur to use in the Sour Apple Martini or Appletini, a New York trend. Increasingly, bars are featuring apple martinis as house specialties. Its vibrant green colour reflects the mouth tingling flavour of sharp green apples.