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Cuore di Albicocche, Nannoni (Italy)

Cuore di Albicocche

Nannoni (Italy)

Pitted Apricots
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Colorless, limpid and crystalline.

Intense, clean, pleasing, refined and elegant with aromas of apricot, honey and hazelnut, almost imperceptible alcohol pungency.

Intense flavors and perceptible alcohol pungency which tends to dissolve rapidly, very good correspondence to the nose, pleasing roundness, balanced sweetness.

Persistent finish with long flavors of apricot and honey.

Distilled in a batch steam operated alembic still. Product made by Distilleria Nannoni and commercialized with its own label by "Villani Enrico".

Alcohol: 42% 14 °C
(57 °F)

December 2014

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