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Bottega Gianduia - Cioccolato Gianduia e Grappa

(50cl, 17%)

Bottega Gianduia - Cioccolato Gianduia e Grappa

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Nero Cioccolato Gianduia Bottling Note

A chocolate and hazelnut (think traditional Italian Nutella-like spread from Turin) liqueur made with Bottega's grappa. After opening, enjoy within 90 days.

Please note: These bottles are prone to being scratched. Of course, you can't scratch a liquid, so the flavour of this tasty Italian liqueur will be unaffected, but keep it in mind when purchasing one of these bottles.

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Bottega Gianduia - Cioccolato Gianduia e Grappa Reviews

So good

So good, smooth and creamy.. my favorite!

27th September 2017

Smooth like velvet

This is not just another typical chocolate liqueur. I'd pretty much lump most of the popular chocolate and coffee liqueurs together. They are good but they are very similar to each other. This is very different. It is smooth but not like a heavy cream at all. In fact, it does not really taste like cream but the consistency is very creamy. It is not syrupy sweet like, say Kahlua either. It really is like liquid velvet. It is hard to describe. It has a distinct taste that is probably related to grappa. It holds its own. I drink it cold but straight although I've heard it makes a great martini. The price listed here seems great. I've paid nearly $30 for it in the US. Get it! You won't regret buying it.

10th September 2015

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