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Amaretto di Amore

Nuts & Amaretto Liqueur /21% ABV / Italy




Product Details

Category
Nuts & Amaretto Liqueur
Region
Italy
ABV
21%

Product Description

di Amore is an Italian liqueur fine enough to sip alone or as an indulgent addition to a variety of cocktails. Capture the romance of the Italian countryside with our bold tastes of di Amore including Amaretto, Sambuca, Raspberry, Quattro Orange and Limoncello; all bursting with flavor. di Amore, which is Italian for love, appeals to a wide range of consumers, and pairs perfectly with life's best moments. Share your passion for life with the Italian spirit of di Amore.

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Community Reviews

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  • Sym
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    Jan 26 2022
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    Syrupy, very good on ice cream or in pancakes, even on its own if you have a sweet tooth.

  • Pamela P.
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    Jan 22 2022
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    Great amaretto, very aromatic, tastes very good and the bottle is so pretty.

  • Betty S.
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    Jan 10 2022
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    Delicious! Serve on ice, perfect!

  • Cornelius M.
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    Dec 22 2021
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    Excellent value and taste

  • Andrea K.
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    Dec 5 2021
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    Great!

  • Teresa V.
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    Nov 20 2021
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    Tastes pretty good but not the best I've had.

  • Tony H.
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    Oct 23 2021
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    Would have liked the larger size.

  • James
    Verified Buyer
    May 22 2021
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    My wife loves this drink.

  • Christy Z.
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    Mar 29 2021
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    Good Amaretto brand. Not anything amazing but good for mixing drinks and such.

  • Audra
    Verified Buyer
    Mar 27 2021
    Verified Buyer

    This is not genuine Italian Amaretto; upon inspecting the label, I saw that it is made in Kentucky, even though it says that it’s Italian on the Drizly review. Not bad for the money, but has a more bitter aftertaste than the original. Explains the very cheap price, but mine came in a gift set, so I at least got a few free glasses in the deal.