Distilleries Aalborg has created Aalborg Taffel Akvavit, a vodka native of Denmark, which has an alcohol content of 45º
Absinthe is clear and full of character, with a pinch of caraway pure with the support of a slight touch of orange. Produced according to a recipe that has not changed since 1846, Aalborg Taffel Akvavit is the most popular of Denmark.
Absinthe Albertson Yellow is a drink of high alcohol obtained from the distillation of several mediterranean plants, chiefly wormwood (absinthe), anise and fennel. It is a very aromatic beverage, dry, and can be taken alone with water as an aperitif, and is also very suitable for mixing.
Absinthe Albertson Blue is a beverage of high alcohol obtained from the distillation of several mediterranean plants, chiefly wormwood (absinthe), anise and fennel. It is a very aromatic beverage, dry, and can be taken alone with water as an aperitif, and is also very suitable for mixing.
Absinthe Albertson Black is a drink of high alcohol obtained from the distillation of several mediterranean plants, chiefly wormwood (absinthe), anise and fennel. It is a very aromatic beverage, dry, and can be taken alone with water as an aperitif, and is also very suitable for mixing.
Industria Licorera de Caldas produces this Liqueur Anisette Glass, a brandy of Colombia that has an alcohol content of 30º.
The brandy Glass comes to market with the name "Aguardiente " White" in 1952, bottle long, red cap and white label. Its launch was accompanied with the phrase ad, "The taste that took to Colombia".
Developed with alcohol extra pure, natural essences of anise, refined sugar of high purity, and a water of the best quality cleaned by charcoal filters, all of these inputs and mixed together combine the unique flavour of the aguardiente antioqueño, which presents notes of sweet, spicy and alcoholic, slightly soft-do possessor of a delicious and pleasant...
The Aguardiente Antioqueño without sugar, is made with alcohols extrapuros and sweet notes, spicy, alcoholic and slightly soft-do possessor of a delicious and pleasant flavor which is mixed and united to natural essences of anise gets its warm and unique flavor and warm aroma appearance colorless, translucent and bright that reflects their character and...
By the year 1921, was born the Industry of Spirits of the Valley, with the help of the Spaniard Diego Delgado Zafra, an expert in the field of the distillation of spirits; he went forward in a big old house, where he also functioned as the Government House, located on carrera 4 with calle 14, the work to install the stills that gave rise to its famous...
Aromas of tropical mango, passion fruit and pineapple in perfect harmony with those derived from the grape. On the palate it is substantially dry but well-balanced and harmonious. Fruity notes, delicate of tropical fruits combined with the traditional taste of grappa.
Ancient formula that joined the traditional orujo of galicia, with the natural and characteristic taste of the honey of the mountains of Galicia. This mixture fusiono two products united states since the economy and customs of the rural houses in galicia.
The herb liqueur Ruavieja is a spirit of great tradition in Galicia, is made from different natural herbs that were previously selected and macerated in aguardiente gallego premium. It has a strong flavor and sweet.
100 Islands Cassis is a liqueur made from cassis, or black currants. It has a flavour concentrate with a strong fruity flavor. Use it as an aperitif, a drink after dinner, or mix it with wine or champagne.
With its peppermint flavor only, it is not difficult to see why. While it seems to be softer than Aftershock Network, it is just as powerful with the same amazing taste. It can be mixed with other flavors Aftershock to create explosive mixtures, or in cocktails.
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Amaretto di Angela is a fantastic Amaretto Italian Premium with an alcohol content of 21% with origin Italy, without a doubt, one of the best in the category of Liqueurs.
Degree of alcohol: 21%
It is a liqueur bitter, created in 1868 by Salvatore Averna in the city of Caltanissetta, in Sicily.
It is based on the recipe of an elixir of herbs of the Capuchin friars of the Badiade Santo Spirito in Caltanissetta
To enjoy its flavor it is recommended to serve it at a temperature of about 3 degrees, and in the following way: we take in a glass a...
This famous French orange bitter liqueur is a staple in their country of origin, where it is mixed with pilsner or wheat beer to create a potent brew known simply as Picon Biere. Created in 1830, Picon also contains essences of gentian and quinine. It is especially delicious (and dangerous) with Hoegaarden.