Its color is ruby red, with intense orange accents. Intense, decided, piercing, sweet and pervasive. Very rich taste. You can clearly taste its gin flavor, together with the warm, savory vermouth. A spicy and sour mixture, thanks to the herbs of the bitter.
It looks clear, shiny, almost transparent: you perceive it as fresh and pure. A member of the sour family, it’s defined by the fresh and sweet accents of lime and sugar. Its taste is acidic with a soft and rich flavor, enriched by the floral scent of 12-year old rum.
Warm white color with ivory tones, rendered even more precious by its gingerbread undertones. Its taste is spicy and piercing thanks to the gingerbread in it, that’s left into a warm infusion for days. The touch of lime grants a fresh and clean sensation to your palate.
A dark, intense red, blending into a bordeaux tone, it surprises you with its sweet, unexpected taste, thanks to the bourbon. It’s round and enveloping on the mouth, a trait that’s granted to it by the spices and herbs of the vermouth, while its aftertaste is a blend of wood, orange and vanilla.
It looks clear, almost colorless, light and breezy, thanks to the fresh accent of the lime. A member of the sour family, sugar grants him a warm undertone that sparks out in the end into its piercing, floral and almost resinous aftertaste, provided by its unmistakable 100% agave tequila.
Clear and shiny, almost colorless and with a fresh vibe, this dry but still soft drink is a member of the sour family. Its taste has breezy and sweet accents thanks to the sugar and lemon, and that's why it's so easy on the mouth, with a light cereal aftertaste, which comes by the vodka itself.
Its color recalls the warm, rich colors between vanilla and sand. At first it tastes bitter because of the lemon, but soon its taste becomes rich and sweet thanks to sugar. Bourbon grants it its wood, vanilla and ripe fruits scents.
It looks dark and warm, just like deep coffee, which goes along perfectly with its velvety toasted flavor. A flavor that’s structured and strong, thanks to its prestigious “grand’aroma” blend, added warm.
At a first look, its amber color gives out an impression of elegance and minimalism. But then its intense flavor is even more enriched by the balsamic and bitter-like taste of the angostura. Bourbon then completes the mix with its spicy and sweet accents, with an aftertaste of wood and vanilla.