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Romana Black Sambuca Italy Rated 1988

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A liqueur produced by the infusion of Witch elder bush and licorice. The sugar and these natural aromatic plant extracts make for a delicious combination. It can be flavored with sweet anise and now can be found in different varieties. It is similar to Anisette but has a higher alcoholic level and is less sugary. Clear. Oily, fusel, sweet anise aromas. Thick, sweet and viscous with a distinctly oily note through the finish.

Region: Italy

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Winery: Romana Sambuca
Color: White
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Snooth User: JenReyneri
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02/08/2011

http://wp.me/pmGGr-1d... my favorite cordial- over one or two ice cubes.


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

A liqueur produced by the infusion of Witch elder bush and licorice. The sugar and these natural aromatic plant extracts make for a delicious combination. It can be flavored with sweet anise and now c


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
10/15/2009

A liqueur produced by the infusion of Witch elder bush and licorice. The sugar and these natural aromatic plant extracts make for a delicious combination. It can be flavored with sweet anise and now can be found in different varieties. It is similar to Anisette but has a higher alcoholic level and is less sugary. Clear. Oily, fusel, sweet anise aromas. Thick, sweet and viscous with a distinctly oily note through the finish



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A liqueur produced by the infusion of Witch elder bush and licorice. The sugar and these natural aromatic plant extracts make for a delicious combination. It can be flavored with sweet anise and now can be found in different varieties. It is similar to Anisette but has a higher alcoholic level and is less sugary. Clear. Oily, fusel, sweet anise aromas. Thick, sweet and viscous with a distinctly oily note through the finish.

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