TASTE: Flavors of Curaçao, or Lahara fruit, which is famous for being bitter
NOTES: Curaçao is an orange-flavored liqueur. It's flavored with the peels of the laraha citrus fruit that is grown on the island of the Dutch island of Curaçao. The laraha are descendants of the Valencia oranges that were brought to Curaçao in the 1500s by Spanish explorers. The laraha is too bitter to be eaten. The skin, however, can be used. Curaçao can be clear, orange or blue.
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