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Luxardo Bitter Bianco Liqueur

$32.00

This revival of Luxardo’s original 1930’s recipe is a clear expression of bitter with no artificial coloring. 

An excellent complement for many delicious cocktails. Try it in a white spritz, a white negroni, even in a Bitter Bianco & Soda.

"Luxardo's new Bitter Bianco is a new, versatile citrus-scented liqueur" - Houston Chronicle 

750ml & 30% ABV

Tasting Notes Bitter Bianco is colorless in appearance with aromas of bitter orange zest. Bold flavors of wormwood, gentian and rhubarb are balanced by a touch of sweetness.  Lingering bitter finish.

Ways to Enjoy
Classic: The Bianco Negroni

Unexpected: Mix with Cachaça for a Come Sta, La Luna - perfect for the warmer months.

Accolades
Gold Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition, 2019
5+ Stars Difford's Guide, 2017
Production Notes Produced through a distilled infusion of herbs. Infused with the same herbs as the Bitter Rosso, (mint, marjoram, thyme and bitter orange), with the addition of wormwood. 
Founder Facts

Luxardo is a family-owned company founded in Zara, a port city on the Dalmatian coast of what is now Croatia. Girolamo Luxardo founded the Luxardo Distillery in 1821 to produce his wife’s original Maraschino liqueur.

Only one member of the fourth generation, Giorgio Luxardo, survived the World War II invasion and fled to Italy. Escaping with only a cherry sapling, Giorgio crossed the Adriatic Sea to the Veneto region of northeast Italy and reconnected with a colleague who had saved the Luxardo recipe book.

Luxardo continues to produce Maraschino to Maria Canevari’s original recipe, as it was written down in 1821. Today, Luxardo is operated by Franco Luxardo of the family’s fifth generation, along with members of the sixth.

Please drink responsibly. 

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