AROMA: Toasted almond ice cream with almond extract, Maraschino cherry, and cream
TASTE: Sweet vanilla, cream and almond extract enter first, followed by a mix of cherry and marzipan; baking spice, vanilla, cream, toasted almond, and stone fruit
FINISH: Spicy finish with hints of cinnamon
INFO: Disaronno was first commercially bottled in 1900 but it is based on a recipe said to date back to 1525. Until 2001 it was named Amaretto di Saronno. While the exact recipe is a secret, it is made from a pure alcohol base made from sugar beet or sugar cane. Vanilla and bitter almond are the only two named ingredients. Note: the bitter almonds are actually apricot pits.
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