Liqueur Tasting Collection
6 Tubes in wooden box

This liqueur tasting contains:
• 6 glass tubes of 25 ml liqueur
• Booklet with illustrations and descriptions of the liqueurs
• Luxury wooden gift box
*Tasting glass sold separately in the checkout

42.50
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Unique collection of 6 very special Liqueurs in a beautiful wooden gift box.
Discover your favorite Liqueur and learn to distinguish the differences.
Enjoy while you become an expert.
Order this Liqueur Tasting Collection and a whole new world will open for you!


Set 1

Set 1 View Booklet

Cartron - Amaretto

Cartron - Amaretto

Liqueur

In 1882 Joseph Cartron started creating liqueurs in Argilly, located in Burgundy, France. Cartron still uses only high quality ingredients, absolutely without the addition of any colouring or flavouring. Amaretto is of Italian origin; the name comes from 'amaro', Italian for bitter. The basis for a good Amaretto is fresh, green almonds that are soaked in alcohol for weeks. This is in contrast to major brands, which no longer use almonds. This is why this Amaretto has a special and mildly intense almond flavour.

25% Vol.

Licor 43

Licor 43

Liqueur

In Roman times, in Carthage, there was already a kind of liqueur, Liqvor Mirabilis, which meant 'miraculous liquid'. That Elixer is the source of inspiration for Licor 43's recipe, launched by the Zamora family in 1946. Citrus fruits, vanilla and spices form the basis of this liqueur, which according to the makers contains exactly 43 ingredients. The liqueur is softly sweet with clear citrus notes. After Spain, Licor 43, has conquered the whole world with a sophisticated marketing campaign.

31% Vol.

Tia Maria

Tia Maria

Liqueur

Tia Maria means 'Aunt Maria' and is a Jamaican coffee liqueur based on rum. The base is the famous Blue Mountain coffee bean from Jamaica to which vanilla sticks and spices are added. In the end, everything is mixed with Jamaican Rum. According to tradition, it is a very old recipe that would have been taken along by the servant of a Spanish girl who fled from Jamaica around 1700. It took until the 1950s before the recipe was rediscovered. Tia Maria is a sweet soft coffee liqueur.

20% Vol.

Clement Créole Shrubb

Clement Créole Shrubb

Liqueur

On the French island of Martinique some very traditional Rum distilleries are located. The most famous of this is Clement, since 1887. Here a so-called Agricole Rhum is produced. An ancient recipe of the island is the Creole Shrubb, a derivative of the famous Grand Marnier. Instead of Cognac, they use their rum on Martinique, with Creole herbs and dried orange peels. The result is a soft intense liqueur with warm rum notes. For the real bartender it's often one of his secret ingredients. Also very good, pure and slightly chilled.

40% Vol.

Chambord - Black Raspberry

Chambord - Black Raspberry

France

Although Chambord, as a brand, started in 1982, this liqueur was already made in the 17th century in honor of a visit of King Louis XIV at Chambord, located in the French Loire Valley. During the preparation, whole raspberries and blackberries are distilled in French cognac, using honey, herbs and spices, vanilla from Madagascar and citrus from Morocco. After that, the remaining fruit is pressed for the natural sugars and juice.

16.5% Vol.

Cartron - Cacao

Cartron - Cacao

Liqueur

Cartron works closely with some traditional cocoa farmers in Ivory Coast. Here the best beans are selected for their cocoa liquor. In France, these cocoa beans are lightly roasted and chopped and distilled. Distillation releases all flavours and aromas. The result is a very intense cocoa alcohol. After that, matured Cognac is added, which provides a soft basis in which the deep cocoa flavours are very nicely displayed. Recommended for the true chocolate lover!

25% Vol.