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Luxardo Apricot Liqueur 750ml

Luxardo Apricot Liqueur 750ml

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Category: Liqueur
ABV: 30%
Origin: Italy
Producer: Luxardo

Size: 750ml


  • Angel Face: 45ml your choice of London Dry gin + 30ml your choice of Calvados + 30ml Luxardo Apricot Liqueur + shake & strain + garnish with lemon zest
  • Apricot Crusta: 45ml Luxardo Apricot Liqueur + 30ml fresh lemon juice + 10ml sugar syrup (2 sugar:1 water) + 2 dashes of Scrappy's Aromatic Bitters + shake & strain + garnish with lemon zest & sugar rim

Luxardo Apricot has been produced by the Luxardo family since 1935 when the city of Rome organised a competition amongst Italian spirits producers looking for a new liqueur which should represent the capital city.

Luxardo Apricot won the first prize and was awarded with the title “Liquore della Lupa” (Liqueur of the Roman she-wolf), now its trademark. Obtained from the infusion of apricots’ pulp in sugar beet alcohol, Luxardo Apricot is very rich in taste with mild cinnamon spice and light almond finish. Brilliantly suited to use in cocktails it can also be enjoyed neat or over ice as an after dinner drink.

GMO Free | Kosher Certified | Vegan friendly


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About Luxardo

The firm was founded in 1821 by Girolamo Luxardo in the city of Zadar, Croatia, at the time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Luxardo had moved to Zadar with his family in 1817, as the consular representative of the Kingdom of Sardinia. His wife (Maria Canevari) produced liqueurs at home, specializing in "rosolio maraschino", a liquor from Dalmatia, and Luxardo founded the distillery to produce Liquore Maraschino. Within eight years of existence, the Luxardo Maraschino was recognised a superior product by the Emperor. Girolamo Luxardo died in 1865 at age 81, and his son Nicolò took over the business. Traditional copper pot stills, aging vats, marasca cherry orchards, warehouses and brand new bottling lines are all pillars that distinguish the Luxardo distillery still today, as it was in the past. Today, the distillery is at its seventh generation of Luxardo leadership. Girolamo’s legacy lives on in both his descendants, and his products.

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First prepared by 13th century Italian monks as herbal medicines and elixirs, Liqueurs are distilled spirits that have been combined with flavoring agents. A range of herbs, spices, nuts, fruits and flowers can be used, and a sweetener such as sugar or corn syrup is often added. While typically rather sweet, some examples are herbaceous or tart and pair exceptionally well with desserts or act as a delightful addition to cocktails.

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