Opal Nera Black Sambuca 700ml

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Opal Nera Black Sambuca houses an air of prestige and class married with suggestions of dark, sensuous and provocative quality. Opal Nera the Original Black Sambuca is the first black Sambuca, and also the world leader in its category. Credited to Alessandro Francoli, black sambuca was said to have been established in the 1980's as a softer, smoother and more flavoursome alternative to the bold original white sambuca liqueur.

The perfect addition to Sambuca drinks, Opal Nera is equally enjoyable neat or mixed. To take a walk on the wild side, try enjoying your Sambuca flaming, with a carefully lit flame to light up a shot of this decadent liqueur.

Tasting Note: Inherently smooth, with soft anise, elderberry and elderflower qualities and pleasant suggestions of lemon peel and coriander. A pleasingly lighter and softer Sambuca variety.

Additional Details

SKU:
11319-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Italy
Alcohol %:
30
Region:
Italy
Style:
Sambuca
Varietal:
Liqueur

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