Galliano White Sambuca

Similar to the famous Black Sambuca from Galliano, the White has a lighter texture and a more open flavour. Such an aromatic drink can be enjoyed in many ways, but a favourite is neat alongside a coffee.

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Opal Nera Black Sambuca

Opal Nera is a smoother, tastier, lighter flavour sambuca. It's a blend of various distilled ingredients including green anise, star anise, elderflowers, elderberries, coriander and lemon peel (along with a few secret little treats) with neutral alcohol from beet, for a more natural sweetness. And for a final flourish, elderberry skins arte infused to give Opal Nera its distinctive, rich purple-black colour.

Opal Nera Sambuca

Opal Nera, the Original Black Liquore Alla Sambuca, was created many years ago by Francoli, a family company of distillers from northern Italy. Only Natural Ingredients are used in the production of Opal Nera, key spices such as Star and Green Anise alongside Elderberries, Elderflowers and Sicilian lemons take part in the production process. Opal Nera acquires its colour naturally from the infusion of Elderberries, giving its unique dark purple colour. Enjoy Opal Nera neat, on the rocks or in your favourite cocktail.

Galliano Black Sambuca

Galliano Black is one of the most recognised Sambucas thanks to its distinctive tapered bottles and intense anise flavour. Serve it neat, on ice, added to coffee or as a flaming shot.

Opal Bianca Sambuca

Opal Bianca, Opal Neras sister, is a Premium Italian Sambuca liqueur. Only Natural Ingredients such as Green and Star Anise, Elderflowers and Sicilian Lemons are used in the production of Opal Bianca. This combination gives Opal Bianca a unique flavour, and an incredibly smooth finish. Enjoy Opal Bianca neat, on the rocks or in your favourite cocktail.

Molinari Sambuca Extra

Molinari Sambuca Extra is a traditional Italian liqueur that is flavoured with essential oil extracted from star anise through steam distillation. Finished by adding selected sugars and natural flavourings, Molinari is often served after dinner with 3 coffee beans ('con la mosca') which are added to each glass for good luck.