Liqueur Zanin, Amaretto di Venezia, 0.7 L
Liquor beautiful amber color.
The sweet, mild flavor liquor has a pleasant almond bitterness and subtle vanilla notes. The finish is long, creating a feeling of perfect harmony.
The delicate flavor of liquor dominated by bright notes of bitter almonds.
Liquor is served at the end of the meal with ice as a digestif, used for cocktails. It may be an interesting addition to ice cream, desserts and coffee.
Liqueur Amaretto di Venezia can be served with a few ice cubes as a nice digestif after a hearty meal. It is also one of the two components for the famous cocktail, "The Godfather", where his partner acts Scotch whiskey. Cocktail is included in the official list of IBA (International Bartenders Association).
History of the House Zanin began in 1895 when Bortolo Zanin, owner of a small hotel and a few vineyards began to use waste from the distillation of wine to create grappa or, as he called it, the "white spirit". Its products are a great success among those who toil in factories and farms to make a living. Bortolo closed the hotel and seriously engaged in distillation, involving the whole family. His son Rhino, taking over from his father the intricacies of production, expanded the range of products through the issuance of vegetable and berry medicinal tinctures. In 60 years at the head of the company became Fausto Zanin, who seriously wondered idea of spreading the culture of grappa worldwide. For this, he for many years, buying up various companies, creating alternative production lines that would be involved in the issue of new types of alcoholic products. During his reign he made a number of successful strategic business solutions, one of which was the creation of its own Cycling Team, which had the same name with the brand "Cavallina Bianca".
Active export policy has continued to the next generation Zanin - Piero and Alessandra, who took the reign in 2004 after his father's death. They finished the modernization and launched a giant industrial complex area of 30,000 square meters, which can visit anyone, and learn the history of this unique family.