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Luxardo had a Bitter Bianco recipe in his records since the early 1900’s, however with the destruction of the company in Zara, no samples or existing bottles were ever found.
Triplum is a classic “triple sec” distilled by Luxardo, rigorously faithful to the original production specifications since the first half of the 19th century. The “triple sec” name indicated, in the tradition of that century, a liqueur obtained from the distilled dried peels of three types of citrus fruits: mainly curaçao (a bitter orange of the Dutch Antilles, from the island of that name), together with sweet oranges and mandarins.
Luxardo apricot has been produced by the luxardo family since 1935 when the city of rome organized a competition amongst italian spirits producers looking for a new liqueur which should represent the capital city.
Luxardo Amaro Abano originated in 1952. Amaro means “bitter,” and Abano is an old Roman spa in the Veneto region that has been active for the last 500 years.
Sour Cherry Gin & Tonic is an innovative take on the classic Gin & Tonic, highlighting the rich flavor of the world-famous Luxardo Sour Marasca Cherries.
A strong bitter amaro, Luxardo Fernet undergoes a prolonged infusion of different herbs and spices such as licorice, cardamom, gentian and saffron. Luxardo has produced this Fernet since 1889, and it is typically enjoyed after any meal to help digestion.