Date of Review: Thu, 30 Jul 2009
Author: David Beasley
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
Author: Ian Bracey
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
Author: adam kish
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
Author: Ray Hatley
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
Author: steve harris
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!