Licor 43 - Cuarenta y Tres - Liqueur 70cl Bottle


Licor 43 - Cuarenta y Tres
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'Cuarenta y Tres' is Spain's leading liqueur and has been made in Cartagena by Diego Zamora since 1924 although it's origins go back many centuries.

The name derives from the forty three ingredients that go to make up this fine liqueur.

With it's smooth vanilla and citrus flavours it is excellent on the rocks or in cocktails.

Category(s):     Liqueur
Group(s):     Fruit Liqueurs
Producer: Licor 43   -
ABV:   31%
Brand:   Licor 43
Country of Origin:   Spain
Flavour:   Vanilla & Citrus
Gluten Free:   Yes
Liqueur Type:   Fruit
Vegetarian:   Yes


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6 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Thu, 30 Jul 2009
Review: Cant get enough of this heavy smooth warming drink, just drinking it neat out of the bottle. Even the wife likes it and she's a dedicated gin drinker, that's how good it is.

Date of Review: Tue, 13 Jan 2009
Review: An excellent smooth drink, try it mixed with a shot of vodka and ice and a twist of lime....wonderful.

Date of Review: Wed, 16 May 2007
Review: Had this in Germany and found it a very very smooth dirnk, mixed it with a shot of espresso and was smooth sweet and warm.

Date of Review: Thu, 09 Feb 2006
Review: Thick heavy and sweet with a delicious suggestion of coffee way back behind the heady alcohol fumes. A superb shot to start the evening and great as a mixer with a drop of something very dry and light - try Indian tonic water or old fashioned (sour) lemonade and work up from there.
A old fashioned taste and a favorite in the bars and clubs of 1960s Espana. Nowadays a spring time stroll down the Ramblas in Barcelona just wouldn't be the same without a Cuarenta y Tres and a rich black coffee on the side in one of the cosmopolitan cafes. It really brings the mime artists to life!

Date of Review: Sun, 06 Nov 2005
Review: Discovered this in germany in the most amazing drink. Equal measures of milk and orange juice lots of ice and a generous shot of licor 43. Sounds bizarre, tastes divine.

Date of Review: Wed, 20 Jul 2005
Review: Sweet, syrup sensation but with a little alcoholic bite behind it. Has excellent versatility - drink as an aperitif (on ice), as cocktail (try with equal amount of malibu and a touch of lime juice)or can even work with desserts (lightly drizzle on fresh fruit!). Too rich for constant drinking but makes a superb addition to the cocktail cabinet. Definitely a summer sensation!

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