Agwa Coca Leaf Liqueur 700ml

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Agwa De Bolivia is a liqueur made from the finest Bolivian coca leaves. The coca leaf is from the Yungas Region in Bolivia. As famous for its many virtues as its many vices, the coca leaf has always attracted controversy. The leaves are shipped under armed guard from Bolivia and handcrafted in Amsterdam into the one-of-a-kind Agwa Liqueur, using 36 other natural herbs and botanicals.

Agwa is renowned for its unique and great taste and for the secret energy that lies in all its drinks and cocktails. 

Tasting Note: Aromas of herbs and sweet fruits in the nose. Sweet medium to full bodied palate with candied lime, green tea, ginger and light herbal notes. Finishes with a sweet, citrus fruit glide and a noticeable, caffeine-like "head rush" a moment later.

Additional Details

SKU:
10037-NGB-UNIT
Region:
Bolivia
Style:
Herbal Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Netherlands
Alcohol %:
30

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