Amaretto Disaronno is defined as the best Italian liquor, and as established by the label on its bottle, it has been made since the 16th century.
The amaretto has its origin in Saronno, a small town near Milan, Italy. Its secret formulation formula has not changed since 1525.
Disaronno is presented in an unmistakable square bottle of the sixteenth century.
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|Botanicals||Aceite de huesos de albaricoque con alcohol puro, almendras, azúcar caramelizado, vainilla y otras hierbas y frutas.|
|Country of Origin||Italy|
The word Amaretto comes from the Italian amaro, "bitter", due to the aftertaste in the mouth that makes the drink, unlike most liquors, much easier to drink, as it does not leave a sweet and cloying aftertaste.
Amaretto Disaronno is an almond liqueur macerated in wine alcohol. The recipe has remained almost unchanged, and its packaging is appropriate for the prestige of this liquor. For its elaboration the essences of 17 herbs and fruits are used (a secret formula of the processor, that has remained intact throughout the years), that accompany their main ingredient, the almond, macerated in wine alcohol. Other ingredients used in your recipe are: Apricot kernel oil with pure alcohol, caramelised sugar, vanilla and other herbs and fruits.
Amaretto Disaronno Tasting Notes
Recommendation of consumption
Disaronno is ideal to accompany some desserts such as tiramisu or the gypsy arm or it is also mixed in a variety of cocktails and lately Amaretto di Saronno ice creams are also made.
One of the most popular ways to drink this liqueur is to mix it with lemon juice, sugar and plenty of crushed ice.
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