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  • Cream liqueurs at Chocolate flavour

    at low alcoholic strengh (only 17% by vol.).

    These cream liqueurs will be pleasantly appreciated from the most particular palate for their soft

    but typical flavours and for the small quantity of greases included in them.

    To consume at room temperature or slightly fresh, never ice-cold.

  • Cream liqueurs at Amaretto flavour

    at low alcoholic strengh (only 17% by vol.).

    These cream liqueurs will be pleasantly appreciated from the most particular palate for their soft

    but typical flavours and for the small quantity of greases included in them.

    To consume at room temperature or slightly fresh, never ice-cold.

  • Cream liqueurs at Cappuccino flavour

    at low alcoholic strengh (only 17% by vol.).

    These cream liqueurs will be pleasantly appreciated from the most particular palate for their soft

    but typical flavours and for the small quantity of greases included in them.

    To consume at room temperature or slightly fresh, never ice-cold.

  • Cream liqueurs at Hazel flavour

    at low alcoholic strengh (only 17% by vol.).

    These cream liqueurs will be pleasantly appreciated from the most particular palate for their soft

    but typical flavours and for the small quantity of greases included in them.

    To consume at room temperature or slightly fresh, never ice-cold.

  • Tropical taste liqueur at moderate's alcoholic content (18% by vol.)

    To serve fresh, it can be drunk pure, with ice or selz.

    Yielded appetizer when mixed with the prosecco wine,

    the sherbet of ice cream makes delicious.

  • Green apple liqueur at moderate alcoholic content (18% by vol.)

    To serve fresh, it can be drunk pure, with ice or selz.

    Yielded appetizer when mixed with the prosecco wine,

    the sherbet of ice cream makes delicious.

  • Licorice’s liqueur with moderate alcholic contents (only 27% by vol).

    It’s a young liqueur.

    To drink preferably fresh, as digestive.

  • This liqueur is obtained from an infusion of lemon-peels.

    To serve ice-cold in every moment of the day

    or after lunch as digestive .

  • This liqueur is obtained from an infusion of lemon-peels.

    To serve ice-cold in every moment of the day

    or after lunch as digestive
  • Licorice’s liqueur with moderate alcholic contents (only 27% by vol).

    It’s a young liqueur.

    To drink preferably fresh, as digestive.

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