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Alkermes

  • Alcohol: 27%
  • Volume: 500ml

A classic Luxardo recipe, Alkermes contains cinnamon, vanilla, cardamom, cloves, cochineal and rose water. Brilliant red in colour, its gently spicy and rich aroma is traditionally used to enhance puddings and other desserts. Sought after by Italian foodies looking for that 'authentic' touch.

Amaretto

Amaretto

  • Alcohol: 28%
  • Volume: 700ml

A distinctive and well-rounded almond taste, made from only the finest almonds, picked around Avola in southern Sicily. Excellent for baking and for mixing in your favorite amaretto cocktails. With its well-rounded taste, it is distinguished from other amaretto because it’s slightly dryer with a hint of vanilla. Luxardo is a standout amongst its competitors.

Amaro Abano

Amaro Abano

  • Alcohol: 30%
  • Volume: 700 ml

A medium-bitter digestive obtained from the infusion of herbs such as condurango, cardamom, cinnamon, bitter orange peels, cinchona.

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Anice Forte

  • Alcohol: 38%
  • Volume: 700ml

A dry liqueur obtained by the infusion of the Chinese star anise.

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Limoncello

  • Alcohol: 27%
  • Volume: 700ml

Limoncello is a world-renowned Italian liqueur. Luxardo’s time-honored production methods of infusing alcohol with peels, pulp and juice, enhances the natural aroma and bright citrus taste of lemons harvested in Southern Italy. The finish is medium-long, properly juicy and oily and in a word luscious; a superb, understated and classy Limoncello. Luxardo first advertised its Limoncello in 1905.

 

Maraschino

Maraschino

  • Alcohol: 32%
  • Volume: 700ml

Luxardo Maraschino Originale is a classic, and the Luxardo family still produces this wonderful liqueur according to the original formula used by Girolamo Luxardo in 1821. The patented, hand-woven, straw-plaited round bottle has become an iconic symbol of the brand. Maraschino is one of very few liqueurs produced by distillation. It is made from the Luxardo Marasca cherry, a sour cherry variety cultivated exclusively by Luxardo in the Veneto region of Italy. 

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Maraschino Cherries

  • Volume: 400ml

The Luxardo Original Maraschino Cherries were first produced at the Luxardo plant in Zara around 1905, likely to be the first of their kind in the world. They are sour Marasca cherries candied with syrup. The Luxardo family exclusively cultivates over 30,000 Marasca Cherry trees on the Euganean Hills in the Veneto region of Italy. These cherries are also used by the family for distilling its renowned Maraschino Liqueur and for infusing the Sangue Morlacco Cherry Liqueur.

 

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Maraschino Cherries

  • Volume: 5600ml

Dense and chewy with a sweet-tart flavor, these maraschino cherries are made with prized sour marasca cherries preserved in the fruit’s famed liqueur. 

Sambuca dei Cesari

Sambuca dei Cesari

  • Alcohol: 38%
  • Volume: 700ml

Italy's  anise based national liqueur: Sambuca. It is a sweet and strong liqueur, containing essential oils obtained by steam distilling the seeds of star anise, which are soluble in pure alcohol. A concentrated solution of sugar and other natural aromas are added to this. 
Already known and appreciated in ancient times for its therapeutic properties, the anise plant, originating from China, became widespread through the centuries in the countries of the Mediterranean coast, where it became widely used for preparing typical dishes and desserts. 

The word Sambuca derives from the Arab word Zammut (= anise).The word "zammù" still exists in the Sicilian dialect, meaning an anise drink diluted with water

Sambuca Passione Nera

Sambuca Black Passione Nera

  • Alcohol: 38%
  • Volume: 700ml

Luxardo Passione Nera is a black Italian liqueur based on Sambuca, created through the infusion of green aniseed and various spices. In the tradition of Luxardo Sambuca dei Cesari, the Passione Nera family recipe entails several levels of successive infusions to ensure a natural licorice aroma and anise flavor. The flavor is different from traditional Sambuca, owing to a special blending of the spices focusing on cardamom, seeds of East Indian herbs and a member of the ginger family. The finish is long, medium-sweet, and licorice-like; very nice.