Liqueur "Ivan Kupala" Plum red, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Ivan Kupala" Plum red, 0.5 L
Liquor rich brown color with amber highlights.
Expressive almond notes in the taste of liquor are dominant and perfectly set off the sweetness. The aftertaste is long.
The classic flavor of liquor filled with characteristic notes of almond and vanilla.
Liquor is served as an aperitif, can be combined with ice, coffee, ice cream, citrus juices.
Liquor Amaretto "San Giorgio" was created by the original recipe used by the manufacturer for many years. At the heart of liquor - alcohol high degree of purification and the infusion of almonds. This spicy sweet drink with expressive flavor goes well with coffee or citrus juices. On the label of the bottle shows a corrugated George on his warhorse.
Distillery Ivan Kupala-torg is a Belarusian distillery founded in 1998 and today is part of the NAVR group. The company's product range includes more than 50 items. The distillery can offer aperitifs, dessert liqueurs, sweet and bitter liqueurs, vodka, gins and much more. Among the most popular brands of the plant are: “Ivan Kupala”, “KramBamBulya” and “Delicato”. The secret to the success of the company's products is high-quality raw materials: selected alcohol and natural Belarusian herbs and spices. High quality is always a priority in the development of the enterprise. Quality control is carried out at all production stages: from the selection of raw materials to the transportation of finished products. The company has implemented a food safety management system. The technological progress of the distillery does not stand still either. The distillery Ivan Kupala-torg is equipped with the most modern equipment in Belarus. Annual production volumes are more than 5 million liters. The company also pays special attention to design, for which a modern labeling machine was purchased, which has virtually no analogues on the Belarusian market. Today, the company's products are exported to different countries: Russia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Turkey, African countries, etc.