Frangelico

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For centuries, the Piedmont area, in Italy, has been the birthplace of the biggest gourmet specialties. The monks are at the origin of several liqueurs and distillations produced from regional…
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Ramazzotti

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Founded in 1815 by Ausano Ramazzotti, the family distillery produces Italian aperitifs dedicated to sharing and conviviality. As the first brand to market an Amaro, Ramazzotti developed a whole range…
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Luxardo

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Established in 1821, Luxardo has become one of the major players in the spirits industry. Renowned worldwide for its maraschino specialties, the family business owns 22,000 trees of a specific…
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Galliano

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Created in 1821 by Arturo Vaccari, in the purest tradition of famous Italian liquorists, the Galliano liqueur is made from a sophisticated blend of thirty Mediterranean and tropical plants. Then, it…
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Goldstrike

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Gold Strike evokes the gold rush in the American Wild West at the end of the XIXth century. It is consumed in shots with the following ritual: shake the glass,…
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Bols

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The story of the Hayman’s brand starts in London in 1863. The fifth generation of this passionate family is today at the head of the company and perpetuates the legacy…
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