Cinnamon liqueur originated in Italy when Queen Catherine of Medicis, visiting the country, took some recipes back to France. King Louis XIV, a lover of drinks, enjoyed a liqueur made of amber and grains of aniseed, cinnamon and musk.
It is a strong, sweet drink, and is usually drunk as a digestif, or to add to recipes.
Colour: Dark Brown
Aromatic Scent: Cinnamon
Taste: Full-bodied and smooth. Very pleasant.
Alcohol content: 19% vol.
Capacity: 200ml and 500ml
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