Product of: United Kingdom
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Pronounced ‘Two-Son’, this coffee liqueur is named after the architect of Haiti’s independence, General Toussaint L’Ouverture, also known as Napoléon Noir (The Black Napoleon). Toussaint is made with an infusion of Arabica coffee beans in 3 year old Caribbean rum with 250 grams of sugar per litre. Read more
Sampled on 27/10/2015
Clear, deep amber with bronze tints.
Heavily roasted coffee beans, espresso, tiramisu and dark chocolate with vanilla and nutmeg spice.
Strong dry espresso coffee with a burnt note – burnt toffee and faint smokiness. The sugar is a perfect balance so the perception of this liqueur is not sweet.
Espresso coffee and spice with lingering burnt toffee.
Full-on dry and lightly bitter espresso coffee without the softening sweet chocolate and vanilla notes found in many other coffee liqueurs.
Barcode UPC: 5 010296 001105
Bottle Size: 700 ml
Closure: Screw / Stelvin cap