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Luxardo

Luxardo Triple Sec

Rigorously faithful to the original production specifications since the first half of the 19th century. The triple sec name indicated, in the tradition of that century, a liqueur obtained from the distilled dried peels of three types of citrus fruits: mainly curaçao (a bitter orange of the Dutch Antilles, from the island of that name), together with sweet oranges and mandarins. Luxardo Triplum is obtained from the distillation of the three types of citrus fruit mentioned above with the separation of the heads and tails. Only the heart, i.e. the central and best part, is sent to a second distillation. Other ingredients are included in the Luxardo recipe: dried orange flowers (zagara), pennyroyal, vervain, and others. All this gives to the distillate a unique refined aroma. The distillate is filtered, diluted and sugared. It is one of the few liqueurs obtained by distillation.

Luxardo Limoncello

Obtained from the infusion of lemon peels in alcohol, Limoncello is one of the most world-renowned Italian liqueurs. It stems from an ancient tradition which enhances the natural aroma and fresh taste of lemons from Italy.

Luxardo Amaretto

The almond flavor is given from the essential oils contained in the pits of cherries, peaches and apricots. Well-rounded in taste, a fragrant aroma and a hint of vanilla in the end are all characteristics that distinguish Luxardo Amaretto. Brilliantly suited to use in classic cocktails such as Amaretto Sour it can also be enjoyed neat or over ice as an after dinner drink.

Luxardo Amaro Abano

Luxardo Amaro Abano originated in 1952. Amaro means bitter, and Abano is an old Roman spa in the Veneto region that has been active for the last 500 years. The label depicts the spa around the year 1600. The herbs in this amaro grow wild and are infused along with cardamom, cinnamon and bitter orange peel. Luxardo Amaro Abano is a medium bitter, extremely popular in Italy, and especially in the Veneto region, drunk straight after a meal with or without ice to help digestion.

Luxardo Aperitivo

Aperitivo Luxardo is the result of a well balanced infusion of herbs, roots and citrus. Its mild alcoholic content grants an ideal mix with several fruit juices, wines and Prosecco. Luxardo is bright orange in appearance with an orange predominant, fruity aroma. The palate is round and harmonious and the sweet orange features are well restrained by the bitter aftertaste.

Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin

Deep red in color, Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin has a pungent marasca cherry aroma with intense juniper notes. The initial taste is typical of gin with spicy and long-lasting sour aftertaste. Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin can be used to twist many classic cocktails such as the Martinez and the Gin Fizz, or it can be enjoyed neat or over ice as an after-dinner drink. Color: deep red. Aroma: Pungent Marasca Cherry aroma with intense Juniper notes. Taste: Initial taste is typical of Gin, with strong juniper and spicy notes. On the back of your tongue a velvety and pleasant Marasca Cherry taste. with long lasting sour aftertaste.

Luxardo Sour Apple

Luxardo Sour Apple is a low ABV liqueur with an exceptional mix of sweet and sour green apple flavours. Enjoy Luxardo Sour Apple in many cocktails such as Apple Martinis or straight up and chilled.

Luxardo Sangue Morlacco Cherry

Luxardos second specialty after Maraschino Originale produced since 1821. When Luxardo marasca cherries are harvested at the beginning of every summer, part of the juice is separated and left to mature until natural fermentation occurs. When a certain alcohol by volume is reached neutral alcohol is added to the juice to avoid further fermentation and it is then allowed to age in oak vats. Clear and deep red in color, the pungent aroma of freshly squeezed cherry juice. The taste is intense, thick and syrupy with sweetness partially offset by fruit tartness. Luxardo Cherry Liqueur was renamed with the curious name Sangue Morlacco (Morlacco Blood) by the famous Italian poet Gabriele DAnnunzio in 1919, at the time of the Fiume military expedition. On the front label remains the dedication that the Poet sent to the Luxardo family with his signature. Luxardo Cherry Liqueur Sangue Morlacco can be enjoyed in many classic cocktails, or neat or over ice as an after-dinner drink. You can also pair it to dark chocolate or with any kind of cheese. It is also ideal over mixed berries or over ice cream.

Luxardo Maraschino Originale

Luxardo Maraschino Originale is still produced according to a special formula created by Girolamo Luxardo in 1821. When Luxardo marasca cherries are harvested at the beginning of every summer, they are put in alcoholic infusion in larch-wood vats together with some leaves and branches of the same trees for up to three years. When ready, both the liquid and the solid parts are distilled in traditional copper pot stills, separating the heart from heads and tails. Only the heart of the distillate is then allowed to mature in ash-wood vats. The last process consists in transforming the distillate in liqueur by adding a simple syrup of water and sugar lowering the ABV to 32%. Crystal clear in colour, the aroma is typical of marasca cherry distillate with strong alcohol spirit and roasted nuttiness, while the taste results smooth but sharp at the same time with hints of dark chocolate, vanilla and orange marmalade. The tall green bottle with its red cap is still hand-plaited in straw within the company, and resembles the Maraschino bottles produced in Zara in the early days, where the straw was placed in order to prevent damage during transportation. Luxardo Maraschino Originale can be enjoyed in many classic cocktails or neat as an after dinner drink. It is also ideal over fruits such as strawberries, pineapples, oranges etc. or as a flavour in confectionary and ice creams.

Luxardo Bitter Rosso

Luxardo Bitter is obtained from a separate infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and citrus fruits in water and alcohol. Such infusions are then blended together according a Luxardo Family original recipe before being filtered and bottled. Bright red in colour, herbal and citrusy aromas meet distinctive gentian and wormwood flavours, which distinguish Luxardo Bitter. Ideal for many classic cocktails such as Americano or Negroni, it can also be enjoyed neat or over ice as an Aperitivo. Try it as well hard shaken and double strained in a coupette, youll have the perfect Shakerato.