Antica Classic Sambuca, 70cl

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Antica Classic Sambuca, 70cl

Antica Classic Sambuca, 70cl

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Sambuca is a traditional Italian anise-flavoured clear liqueur that tastes of liquorice. Sambuca will have an “ ouzo” effect when mixed with water, and this effect will turn the clear Sambuca and water mix milky. What Does Sambuca Taste Like? The Luxardo Distillery is among the oldest European liqueur distilleries and is proud to hang on to seven generations of tradition.

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Foods To Die For. Andrews McMeel Publishing. Nov 1, 2007. p. 935. ISBN 978-0740770432 . Retrieved 2013-12-23. Molinari Italia Spa - le Parole". Archived from the original on September 30, 2011 . Retrieved March 23, 2008. REGULATION (EC) No 110/2008 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 15 January 2008 on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 1576/89". Official Journal of the European Union. European Union . Retrieved 28 October 2016.

A serving of sambuca can be a shot with seven coffee beans, representing the seven hills of Rome. Likewise, a shot with one coffee bean, called con la mosca, which means "with the fly", is as common. The traditional serving is with three coffee beans, each representing health, happiness and prosperity. [3] [6] The shot may be ignited to toast the coffee beans with the flame extinguished immediately before drinking. [7] The main ingredient for Molinari Sambuca is, of course, anise, and the anise seeds are distilled with a clear spirit to extract all the essential oils. This infused spirit is mixed with sugar syrup, herbs, and spices. On The Nose Honestly, we’re not convinced and it just sounds like a messy recipe for a fire hazard! However, we’d love to hear your thoughts about this one in the comments! What Next? Sambuca is also used in cooking, in small amounts because it has a strong flavor. It is usually used in desserts and seafood recipes. However you prefer your Sambuca, remember to give a toast to its legacy by enjoying a shot with three coffee beans…. and if you are trying a Flaming Sambuca for the first time, mind your eyebrows!Use a mixing glass with ice to combine the bourbon, sambuca, and bitters. Stir until cold and then strain into a tumbler over broken ice. You can then use lemon peel as garnish. Smooth on the palate with a distinct anise flavour and a lovely sweetness mid-palate. The finish is smooth and gently spiced. Best Served This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. A strong anise/liquorice on the nose with delicate floral notes and a little burnt sugar. On The Palate The term comes from the Latin word sambucus, meaning " elderberry". [3] The word sambuca was first used as the name of another elderberry liquor that was created in Civitavecchia around 1850 by Luigi Manzi. [4] Serving [ edit ]

Company founder Silvio Meletti’s mother made a traditional anise distillate to sell in her general store in Ascoli, Italy. Silvio learned his mother’s technique, combined it with what he had studied in an old French distiller guide, and created the first bottle of Meletti Sambuca in 1870.

An expert perfumer and blending specialist, Angelo Molinari experimented with star anise in his liquors in 1945, creating the unmistakable taste of Molinari Sambuca Extra. Sambuca becomes a refreshing drink when mixed with soda water, tonic water, or orange juice. Sambuca pairs well with coffee and can be served hot or cold. It is divine when added to a milkshake or Mocha Frappe. How To Drink A Flaming Sambuca

You’ve probably realised that there’s a theme here with all these coffee references! After all, it’s one of the most famous pairings with sambuca. Simply combine 30 ml (1 Oz) of sambuca with 15 ml (½ Oz) of coffee liqueur. Wine & Spirit". William Reed. 2008 . Retrieved 2013-12-23. {{ cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= ( help) Simply add a 5 ml (⅙ Oz) of sambuca to an espresso cup and swirl it around so it leaves an even coating of spirit on the inside. Afterwards, just pour in the 45 ml (1.5 Oz) of coffee straight from the espresso machine.Gray, W. Blake (February 23, 2006). "Coffee drinks give 'I'm buzzed' a double meaning". San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco . Retrieved 2013-12-23. From the traditional copper pot still and ageing vats to the beautiful Maracas cherry orchids surrounding the distillery, Luxardo is the Girolamo family’s legacy. Sambuca is a traditional Italian anise-flavoured clear liqueur served in a shot glass and has the unmistakable taste of liquorice. How Do You Drink Sambuca? Thoroughly squeeze the lemon into a mixing glass, add the sambuca, and stir the ingredients. Pour into a Highball or Collins glass pre-filled with ice and top up with the water to taste. If it’s a little sour, you can add sugar but this is best done beforehand so it has fully dissolved.



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