Entry is delicately fruity, medium sweet, creamy in texture and nicely herbal. Midpalate features the rhubarb, candied walnut, bitter orange and seeds. Aftertaste is sublimely zesty and mildly bitter. Definitely elegant and savory.
First made in 1885, this aperitif-style liqueur is made from an infusion of many refined herbs and spices such as mint, marjoram, thyme and bitter orange. Drink it before dinner to stimulate the appetite. Serve on the rocks or in the Venetian style with sparkling water. Certified Kosher.
- 92 POINTS | Wine Enthusiast
"Luxardo Bitter, on the other hand, offers an even more bracing bitter-forward taste than Campari...in the Negroni, Luxardo Bitter absolutely shined."