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Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur

(70cl, 40%)

Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur
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Arrives Tue 6th

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Ancho Reyes Chile Bottling Note

A spicy, smoky Mexican liqueur made with chile ancho, which are dried poblano chiles. These little beauties are macerated in neutral cane spirit for half a year, then blended with a selection of other ingredients and allowed to rest a little longer for the flavoured to marry. Sure to make for a top cocktail ingredient...

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Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur Reviews

Ancho Reyes Margarita

I love Ancho chilli - its a great addition to a lot of mexican food adding bags of "chilli" without boosting the heat factor. This is the way it works for me in this Liqueur - yes there is a bite but it doesn't overpower. I had a margarita 1.5: 1.5: 0.75: 0.5 tequila/ancho/lime/agave and definitley a winner

2nd September 2022

More subtle than expected

Was introduced to this by a local barman the other day. Expected fire, but got lovely smoke with a hint of spice & liquorice - a little like the flavour from chilli plant leaves. You're probably not supposed to have it neat, but being a malt drinker, I coped. Interesting & very pleasant.

29th May 2016

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