The city of Cartagena, a major port station located on the southeastern corner of Spain, is home to Licor 43, the same city where the Zamora family have been producing their liqueur since 1946.
The vibrant city of Cartagena is the 2nd biggest in the region. With a wealth of historical monuments and museums, the city has a rich 2,000-year history made all the more distinctive with the various civilisations that have left their mark on the land.
A two-hour guided tour of the Licor 43 factory can be booked on their website
Licor 43 Original
Cuarenta Y Tres, the name of this yellow Spanish liqueur means forty-three, and happily, for us Anglo-Saxons, it also goes by the more pronounceable, Licor
Licor 43 Baristo
A blend of Licor 43 with Arabica Typica coffee from the Agaete Valley in the Canary Islands where local farmers grow coffee in rich volcanic soils at an
Licor 43 Horchata
Inspired by the traditional drink Horchata from the city of Valencia in Spain where it is made by blending tiger nut milk with sugar, cinnamon, and citrus.