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Traditionally drunk neat with a twist. Mixes well with fresh or hard cider, sparkling wine, and Scotch or American whiskies. Can be used instead of sweet vermouth in cocktails. Excellent with hard, salty cheeses, salted nuts, or earthy, spicy foods.
This French bitter liqueur (If it was Italian it would be called amaro) is used as a replacement for Amer Picon in a classic Brooklyn Cocktail. China-China is pronounced KEE-nuh KEE-nuh and refers to the bitter spice Quina or Cinchona. The complex liqueur
Exotic and fragrant from the combination of saffron, cardamom, and coriander. Hints of brightness and citrus, with a pleasant earthiness from the lemongrass and cinchona. Turmeric adds depth and complexity. Elevate your next mimosa or spritz, or mix with