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Disaronno Originale Amaretto - Iconic Italian Liqueur, Sweet and Fruity Character, Gluten Free, Made in Italy, Bottle of 50 cl, 28% ABV

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In 1600, Giovanni Reina rediscovered the innkeeper’s old recipe and began distilling the liqueur once again, with the secret recipe handed down through the generations. In the early 20th century, Domenico Reina opened a shop in Milan called “Domenico Reina Coloniali”, situated in the heart of Saronno. This was the first place that Disaronno Originale was produced and marketed, though the bottle couldn’t be further from the iconic square bottle we recognise today. That design didn’t arrive until 1942, and distinguished the drink from the rest of the market. It wasn’t until the 1960s that Disaronno was first exported to the rest of the world, predominantly the USA. The world's most popular brand of Amaretto liqueur, Disaronno was first created in 1525. Contrary to popular belief, this is not made from almonds, but instead gets its nutty flavour from apricot pits (but not the fruit juice - don't worry!)

Records the default button state of the corresponding category & the status of CCPA. It works only in coordination with the primary cookie. As well as its unmistakeable flavour of marzipan and honey - unchanged since 1525 - Disaronno is also known for its distinctively shaped bottle. Over the years the bottle has evolved into its current form with its unique square shape and bevelled, hand-crafted glass design now recognised as a modern classic. Disaronno is produced with only carefully selected ingredients such as the pure essence of 17 selected herbs and fruits soaked in apricot kernel oil. Disaronno is characterised by an unmistakable amber colour due to caramelised sugar: no additives are used - this has not changed since 1525. Disaronno makes the world's most popular Amaretto liqueur. Despite the almond flavour, it is actually distilled from apricot stones! First created in 1525. Tia Maria is a coffee liqueur that originated in Jamaica. It is named after the Spanish for "aunt", tía, and maría, meaning "bitter" or "gallant". The recipe for Tia Maria was created by Dr. Jager in 1938.It was Domenico Reina who created the Disaronno 'Originale' recipe, based on the innkeeper's elixir, towards the end of the 18th century. The secret blend of herbs and fruits, steeped in apricot kernel oil, used to create Disaronno has been a closely guarded Reina family secret ever since. Campbeltown Single Malt Whisky Highlands Single Malt Whisky Island Single Malt Whisky Islay Single Malt Whisky Lowland Single Malt Whisky Speyside Single Malt Whisky Blended Scotch Whisky There's still all the hallmark, nutty flavours we know and love from the original Disaronno (which comes from apricot pits, don't you know), but with a smooth, creamy oomph! This cookie is set by Rubicon Project to control synchronization of user identification and exchange of user data between various ad services.

The much-loved Disaronno has made its first foray into cream liqueurs with this Disaronno Velvet expression! It's the brand's first line extension in over 500 years, which is pretty cool. We take care to make sure product details are correct but the information shown, including vegan and vegetarian suitability, ingredients, and alcohol by volume (ABV) may change.Disaronno is produced with only carefully selected ingredients such as the pure essence of 17 selected herbs and fruits soaked in apricot kernel oil. Disaronno captures the senses with its amber colour, rich aroma and incomparable taste which has made it the world's favourite Italian liqueur. In 1525, the artist Bernardino Luini - a student of the Leonardo Da Vinci School of Art - was commissioned to paint a fresco of the Madonna in Saronno, Italy. Legend has it that Bernardino and his muse (a beautiful innkeeper) fell deeply in love - culminating in the young widow creating a sweet tasting liqueur in honour of her lover. This gift was the first bottle of Disaronno, its name derived from the phrase 'di Saronno' - meaning of, or from, Saronno.

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