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Luxardo Bitter Bianco

(70cl, 30%)

Luxardo Bitter Bianco

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We can't actually ship Luxardo Bitter Bianco to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Luxardo Bitter Bianco Bottling Note

An intriguing Italian liqueur from Luxardo, made with a combination of bitter herbs, citrus and aromatic plants. Well-suited to enjoying over ice as an aperitif, or using in a cocktail...

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Luxardo Sambuca

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Curaçao orange peel, gentian, fennel, cinnamon.

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Luxardo Bitter Bianco Reviews

Good, but too sweet for me

Somewhat less bitter and notably more sweet than Campari. For Negroni enthusiasts, it's worth trying for the novelty of a white Negroni, but makes a drink too sweet for my taste.

If you like a Negroni but secretly wish it were a sweeter drink, this is for you. If not, but you like the idea of a white Negroni (I mean, it's really more amber than white), maybe go halfsies with this and some Suze and call it a "gold Negroni" or something.

Happy to have tried, but wouldn't buy again.

19th August 2020

Makes a mean white Negroni

Bought this because The Alchemist combines it with Martini Ambrato in a white Negroni. Really glad I did- it's delicious, if a little pricy!

9th September 2018

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