Ratafià di Andorno

Apricot Liqueur

01C.070.30.C.0102
20.00
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19.00 €
Tax included
18.00 €
Tax included
Rapa Giovanni

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TASTING NOTES
The origin of Ratafià, handcrafted in Andorno, dates back to 1700. In 1880 Giovanni Rapa, founder of the homonymous liquor factory, collected that tradition that is still handed down today in compliance with ancient recipes. Prepared with the juice of fine apricots, sugar and aromas, Ratafià is particularly appreciated for its delicate flavor. It is recommended to drink it cold, with ice or smooth. Apricot liqueur is a unique ingredient in pastry. Try fresh fruit salads and ice cream. Alcohol content at 30% vol.

Product Details

Bottle Size
0.700 L
Alcohol content %
30,0
Package
Bottle
Appellation
Ratafià di Andorno
Municipality
Andorno Micca
District
Biella
Region
Piemonte
Country
Italy
Allergens
Contains Sulfites
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Rapa Giovanni Discover the Liquorificio Rapa Giovanni and its liqueurs in our online store Giovanni Rapa founded the liqueur factory of the same name in 1880 in Piemonti in Valle Cervo, near Andorno Micca, a small town in the province of Biella where he still resides today. It is in the same year that the founder dedicated himself to the production of Ratafià , carrying on a century-old tradition. It is a liqueur composed of a cold infusion of fruit or flowers and alcohol such as brandy or wine. With an intense and versatile taste, Piedmontese Ratafià can be obtained from different raw materials, such as Black Cherry Ratafià, Juniper Ratafià, and many others. Passionate about flowers and alpine herbs, Giovanni Rapa is also involved in the creation and production of Walser, a bitter that comes from an ancient Valle d'Aosta tradition, obtained from digestive herbs, whose recipe is still faithfully followed today. The farsighted founder of the company obtained numerous awards: he was awarded by the S.A.R. Umberto I and Margherita di Savoia, by Pope Leo XIII and Pius X and obtained the patent from the Duke of Genoa.
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