Joseph Cartron Amaretto Liqueur
Joseph Cartron Amaretto Liqueur

Joseph Cartron Amaretto Liqueur

Difford's Guide

alc./vol: 25%

Proof: 50°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: Unaged

Product of: Product of France France

The name Amaretto comes from the Italian word 'amaro' meaning bitter. Joseph Cartron use bitter green almonds as the base for their amaretto and how these are processed to produce their richly-flavoured amaretto liqueur is a closely guarded secret.

Store away from light and heat.

Review and Tasting


Sampled on 11/01/2024

Appearance:

Clear, topaz yellow amber. Glass-coating viscosity.

Aroma:

Bitter almond with faint orange flower and lime.

Taste:

Almond and amaretti biscuit with citrus notes.

Aftertaste:

Subtle apricot notes emerge in the finish.

Overall:

Slightly sweeter and more delicate in flavour than the brand-leading amaretto.

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