Licor 43

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Licor 43
TypePrivate
IndustryDistilled beverages
Founded(1924)
HeadquartersCartagena, Spain (main)
Willemstad, Curaçao (Caribbean)
Antananarivo, Madagascar (Africa)
ProductsLiqueurs
Websitewww.licor43.com
 
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Licor 43
TypePrivate
IndustryDistilled beverages
Founded(1924)
HeadquartersCartagena, Spain (main)
Willemstad, Curaçao (Caribbean)
Antananarivo, Madagascar (Africa)
ProductsLiqueurs
Websitewww.licor43.com
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Licor 43, or Cuarenta Y (i) Tres (Spanish and Papiamentu for "43"), is a bright yellow Spanish liqueur. It is made from citrus and fruit juices, flavored with vanilla and other aromatic herbs and spices, in total 43 different ingredients (hence the name).

The story behind Licor 43 dates back to the time of the Romans. After having conquered the city of Quart Hadas, they discovered liquor made from a combination of citrus fruits and aromatic plants. This drink’s popularity soon traversed the leadership hierarchy of the Roman Empire. This popularity has continued to present day culture. Made of a mix of citrus and orange blossom flavors with a subtle vanilla tone, a sip of Licor 43 is marketed as “conjuring a feeling of a summer”.

Licor 43 also known as "Cuarenta Y Tres" is 31%abv / 62 proof and is a light bodied, sweet liqueur. In color it is yellow tinged with a touch of gold. The aroma is sharp, warm, and complex, with vanilla up front; and then tangy sweet fruit, spices, and an aged rum like presence. The flavor is similar to the aroma; vanilla, complex intermixed spices, tangy fruits, and hints of citrus, carried by a flavor similar to fine aged rum.

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