Cartron has been a family business since 1882, with strong roots in the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges at the heart of Burgundy’s cru vineyards. The soil of this region has been producing high quality fruit for centuries, which for have been used in the production of Burgundy wines, or fruits to produce juices, liqueurs and fruit brandies.
Of Italian origin, the name Amaretto comes from the word ‘amaro’, meaning bitter in Italian. This traditional liqueur, excellent for cocktails, as a digestif or in desserts, has the greedy bitterness of green almonds as well as their very particular and delicious taste.
Quite persistent bitter almond hints but the nose remains fresh. Hints of orange flower and lime. The mouth is suave. The texture is slightly sugary with bitter almond retro-olfaction.
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