A generic liqueur invented from Italy and made from apricot pits and herbs, creating an almond flavor.
an Italian liqueur with an almond flavour.
The most popular almond flavored liqueur in the world. It derives its unique flavor from the addition of apricot pits and it usually bottled at 28% alcohol. The Italians make the best. See Liquor Quik Essences - Amaretto See Liquor Quik Products
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A liqueur made from an infusion of almonds, although most big-name brands use apricot kernels. From northern Italy .
Italian liqueur combining essences of apricot and almond.
An after-dinner liqueur with an almond flavor that is made in Italy from apricot kernels. The original amaretto, Amaretto di Saronne, was first made in Saronne, Italy, in 1525.
A liqueur with a distinct flavor of almonds, though it's often made with apricot pit kernels. The original liqueur, Amaretto di Saronno, is from Saronno, Italy. Many distilleries produce their own amaretto. Usually served straight, on the rocks or used as a mixer. Used often in baked goods.
An almond-flavored liqueur made from apricot pits.
Liqueur made from apricot pits and herbs with an almond and vanilla taste.
(aic. 25-30%) Almond flavoured liqueurs of Italian origin but widely copied. Flavour generally derived from apricot pits. The basic almond flavour is sometimes combined with others (coffee, coconut) or is blended to be less sweet (Amaretto & Brandy, Amaretto & Cognac).
Derived mainly from apricot pits, amaretto is a syrupy sweet liqueur with a predominant flavor of bitter almonds. It is enhanced with the essences of vanilla, vanillin, and other flavorings. There are quite a few producers of amaretto today, but Italian producers dominate the market.
A liqueur with the flavor of almonds (although it is often made from the kernels of apricot pits). The original amaretto liqueur came from Italy.
Almond extract (1/2 teaspoon extract for 2 tablespoons of Amaretto) or Italian soda syrup.
liqueur with the flavor of almonds although it is often made with the kernels of apricot pits. The original liqueur, Amaretto di Saronno, is from Saronno, Italy.
The term amaretto refers to a sweet liqueur made from a basic infusion of almonds or the almond-like kernels from the stones of drupe fruits, well as a related biscottoit.wikipedia.org: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscotto "Biscotto". Retrieved January 1, 2007. (usually referred to in the plural, biscotti). Both originate in Italy, where major brands are still produced today.