Liqueur "Cesare Imperator" Sambuca, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Cesare Imperator" Sambuca, 0.7 L
Liquor transparent color.
Sambuca taste refined and pleasant. The drink leaves a long, sweet, anise aftertaste.
Sambuca has a gentle, bright shades aniseed aroma with grains and lemon peel.
Sambuca can be used as a digestive pure and dilute soda. On its basis, prepare cocktails.
"Cesare Imperator" Sambuca - delicious Italian liqueur with hints of anise in flavor and aroma, which has gained fans around the world. In part Sambuca includes wheat alcohol, anise, sugar and extracts from fruits and elderberry flowers.
Sambuca "Cesare Emperor" can be used as a digestif or an independent beverage. it is also used as the basis for a variety of cocktails. Traditionally, the drink can be drunk with the "flies" - three coffee beans thrown in sambuca, which symbolize health, wealth and happiness.
In 1956, Jean Tayshene - grandson of the native of France Jacques Hay - founded the family business, the distillery Teichenne Liquors. At the beginning of the XX century in his native Languedoc Jacques Hay reputation of the best tasters and blenders absinthe. Great connoisseur of fragrant herbs and spice compositions, master hay all his free time devoted to experiments with wormwood liqueur. It was the question: Do drink wormwood can be of a different color? For example, crimson as the sun set in the Pyrenees? Colors beautiful Andalusian sky? Or inky black as velvet southern night? However, come 1915, the French government vetoed the production of absinthe, deserved notoriety because of intemperate visitors to bohemian parties and Monsieur Jacques engaged in the manufacture of conventional liquors.
Jean Hay Tayshene childhood listening to the wonderful stories of his grandfather about the fragrant green drink, but in France, absinthe was still forbidden, and grandson served in the wormwood to the democratic Spain. Jean Tayshene settled in the small seaside town of L'Arbok, built a distillery and registered company Teichenne Liquors. Using records of his grandfather, he started the production of multi-colored absinthe. This drink was named after the great blenders - Jacques Hay.