More information Bonet Liquor
Bonet is a liquor that is artisanally produced in copper stills with fruits, flowers, rhizomes and herbs.
The product obtained called "alcoholate" is mixed with sugar syrup to convert it into a liquor. Its last step is resting in oak barrels for more or less 12 months to obtain the GRAN LICOR BONET.
Before the liquor is bottled it is personalized with the brand´s anagram.
|Reserve||25 x 9 x 9 cm|
Diploma of Honour and Gold Medal from the International Exposition of Progress, Paris 1897.
Diploma of Honour and Gold Medal from the Academia Parisiense of Inventores, Industriales y Expositores, Paris 1898.
Gold Medal, and Diploma in the Barcelona International Exposition, 1912.
Diplomas of Honour and Gold Medals in the World Selection, Geneva 1972, Paris 1973, Brussels 1974, Amsterdam 1975, Paris 1979.
Trophy of the Highest International Quality, Amsterdam 1975.
|Storage Instructions||Storage away from direct light in a cool and dry place|
|Country Produced in||Spain|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||17.07|