Aged: No age statement
Product of: Spain
In January 2020, the previously named Orochata was renamed Horchata and re-formulated so this vegetable-based liqueur is now free of lactose and milk proteins. The new label confirms the liqueur being dairy-free and suitable for vegans.
It's worth also mentioning for those needing to avoid nuts that tiger nuts are not actually nuts but are in fact tubers that have a sweet nut-like taste.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 15/03/2017
Opaque, milky off-white.
Cinnamon, vanilla, white chocolate, hazelnuts, monkeynuts and nutmeg.
Creamy mouthfeel, slightly sweet with lightly spiced nuts. Cinnamon, nutmeg and monkeynuts.
Mild cinnamon spice, monkeynuts and faint milk chocolate.
Well-balanced, creamy, lightly cinnamon spiced and monkeynuts (It's actually made with tigernuts). This alcoholic horchata offers a great alternative to cream liqueurs.