Valentino Black Sambuca 700ml

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Valentino Black Sambuca possesses a strong and sweet anise and liquorice flavour profile of inimitable quality. Since its introduction in the 1800's sambuca has swept the globe as a liqueur of unparalleled flavour, with anise and liquorice qualities. The black sambuca variety is a softer, smoother alternative to the robust white original. 

Valentino Black Sambuca has earned a reputation in possessing a strong and sweet anise and liquorice flavour profile of inimitable quality. Transforming flaming sambucas and sambuca cocktails into works of palate-inspiring art, Valentino Black Sambuca is unquestionably a liqueur that embodies a contemporary approach, a respect for tradition, and most importantly - a passion for liqueur perfection.

Tasting Note: Inherently smooth, rich and flavoursome with a softer presence of anise and liquorice qualities, subdued by a slight sweetness.

Additional Details

SKU:
11809-NGB-UNIT
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Belgium
Style:
Sambuca

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