Bitter Almond Liqueur | Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos – Mount Athos

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Bitter Almond Liqueur is a fine product made by the monks at Mount Athos. Savor on its own or use it in sweets, enjoying its great aroma and special flavor.
Net weight: 250ml

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Natural Bitter Almond Liqueur from Mount Athos

Bitter almond liqueur is a genuine and exquisite product from Mount Athos. It is made with the desire of the monks in the Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos, only from natural ingredients, without the addition of preservatives.

It stands out for its excellent quality and genuine taste. You can taste the Bitter Almond Liqueur plain or use it in pastry recipes, giving your desserts wonderful aroma and strong taste.

Bitter Almond Liqueur: Uses

The Bitter Almond Liqueur from Mount Athos can be consumed after a meal as an aperitif. You can even offer it as a dessert instead of a sweet.

Delicate and fragrant, Bitter Almond Liqueur is an excellent treat for your guests, either on its own or accompanied by the traditional sweets.

Bitter Almond Liqueur can be used in a variety of recipes for sweets such as cakes, cookies or mousses, giving them a wonderful almond flavor. Pour a little liqueur into the vanilla or chocolate ice cream, add grated almonds and have a dessert of claims.

The Bitter Almond Liqueur can be added to even food sauces, especially those served with poultry. If you want an easy filling for homemade biscuits, you only have to hit butter and some sugar with a small portion of bitter almond liqueur.

It can also replace other spirits in making cocktails, giving them more flavor. A sparkling white spirit drink with freshly squeezed orange juice and many ice cubes gives us an easy and refreshing drink for the hot summer evenings.

 

Origin: Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos
Net weight: 250ml

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Weight0.64 kg

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