In 1525 the Italian artist Bernardino Luini, from the Leonardo Da Vinci school, was hired to paint a fresco of "La Adoración de los Magos" in the Santa Maria Basilica in Saronno, Italy.
When Luini stayed in a small town in Italy a model that he painted created a sweet, amber elixir for him. Luini greatly appreciated the gesture and since then the liquor has been converted into a symbol of affection.
At the end of the 18th century, a man named Domenico Reina opened a drugstore in the Plaza of Liberty (in Saronno) that became very popular, and it was here that he created the recipe of Disaronno based on the original creation of the model.
Since then the Reina family has guarded its secret formula and it continues to be produced in the Saronno distillery.
Disaronno is the “world’s favourite Italian liqueur”.
Thanks to its original taste and unmistakable aroma, Disaronno is seen as an Italian stylish icon in more than 160 countries all over the world.
The Disaronno bottle has a unique and distinctive design, made of a special faceted glass, closed by an elegant cap, and decorated with a refined gold label.
Disaronno is a pleasure to taste on the rocks but also in one of its several mixed versions, including the contemporary Disaronno Sour.
Versatile and easily recognizable, Disaronno makes every cocktail unique.
|Tasting Notes||Colour: a golden amber hue with glints of ruby red|
Aroma: intense and persistent fragrance that remains unchanged even with the addition of ice. It is perfectly recognizable in mixes with other spirits and beverages/drinks, in cocktails and long drinks
Flavour: sweet and fruit character, complimented by an alcohol-related warming sensation. The basic components of the recipe natural almonds, vanilla from Madagascar and pure caramelized sugar add aromatic and alcoholic complexity making the Disaronno taste distinctive and more
|Product Dimensions||23 x 11 x 7 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Storage away from direct light in a cool and dry place|
|Manufacturer/Producer||ILLVA SARONNO S.p.A|
|Country Produced in||Italy|
|70 CL Proportion EUR||15.71|