Antica Cherry Sambuca, 70 cl
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Although the exact recipe is a secret, Molinari is the only producer that may call their Sambuca “Extra,” which is a sign of the highest quality. Made from the original recipe, Luxardo Sambuca Dei Cesari Liqueur is made with local herbs, green Sicilian star anise, sugar, and spirit alcohol. The distilled spirit is poured into Finnish wood vats and left to mature till it is just right. On The Nose
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A strong anise/liquorice on the nose with delicate floral notes and a little burnt sugar. On The Palate Sambuca is a traditional Italian anise-flavoured clear liqueur that tastes of liquorice. Sambuca will have an “ ouzo” effect when mixed with water, and this effect will turn the clear Sambuca and water mix milky. What Does Sambuca Taste Like? An expert perfumer and blending specialist, Angelo Molinari experimented with star anise in his liquors in 1945, creating the unmistakable taste of Molinari Sambuca Extra.
Company founder Silvio Meletti’s mother made a traditional anise distillate to sell in her general store in Ascoli, Italy. Silvio learned his mother’s technique, combined it with what he had studied in an old French distiller guide, and created the first bottle of Meletti Sambuca in 1870.
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Offshore Island deliveries will take longer than two days including Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands and Islands and Scilly Isles. Sambuca becomes a refreshing drink when mixed with soda water, tonic water, or orange juice. Sambuca pairs well with coffee and can be served hot or cold. It is divine when added to a milkshake or Mocha Frappe. How To Drink A Flaming SambucaHowever you prefer your Sambuca, remember to give a toast to its legacy by enjoying a shot with three coffee beans…. and if you are trying a Flaming Sambuca for the first time, mind your eyebrows! Meletti Sambuca is based on a traditional homemade anise distillate that uses green anise essential oil combined with local herbs, elderflower, and liquorice. Sugar is added to the distillate to create a syrup concentrate added to pure grain alcohol. On The Nose Sambuca is a traditional Italian anise-flavoured clear liqueur served in a shot glass and has the unmistakable taste of liquorice. How Do You Drink Sambuca?