Amaretto is the Italian for a little bitter, indicating the distinctive flavour lent by the mandorla amara - the bitter almond. The similar consonance of amare and amore love is responsible for the associations with romance. Amaretto has been known as a flavoured liqueur, which may or may not contain almonds. The liqueur is primarily made from apricot pits and may contain other spices and flavourings.
Colour: Natural linen colour.
Taste: Strong almond taste and smell, fruity after-taste.
Applications: Coffees, dessert drinks, after dinner drinks.
Sugar, water, flavouring, contains apricot and pistachio extracts.