Grappa meaning ‘grape stalk’, is an italian grape-based pomace brandy that is usually served after a meal to aid digestion. It’s made by distilling the skins, pulp, seeds and stems leftover from the winemaking process and is aged in various woods including ash, plumwood and oak.
A Nardini, who can trace their history back to 1779. Acqua de Cedro liqueur Made with cedro lemons, Nardini describe this as "the noble cousin to limoncello". Although similar in flavour profile, this is drier, in part due to the tart juice from the cedro lemons.
One of Italy’s most popular grappas, Nardini Grappa Bianca is simultaneously sharp and sweet with its high proof evident from the first sip. Elegant notes of gingerbread and aromatic jasmine tea meld together offering a smooth and mellow palate, with layers of sugary lemon building. Acacia honey notes complement the smoothness even further and add to the warming characteristics of this flavourful grappa. A complex flavour profile which is harmoniously balanced and a real Italian favourite.
Quintessentially Italian, the sweet flavour of mandorla, or almonds, have become more and more popular around the world. Nardini Mandorla Grappa uses a cherry distillate which balances out the bitter notes in the almondand delivers a unique and enticing flavour which is sweet and mellow, often enjoyed by first-time grappa drinks. The nutty notes make it the perfect partner for an espresso coffee and a wonderful addition to your favourite sours cocktail.
Intense and full of fresh fruit flavours, Tosolini Moscato Grappa utilises Muscat grapes to deliver a smooth and aromatic flavour. Tosolini Moscato Grappa releases a bouquet of stunning aromas, most prominently tangy grape. The intense flavour of the grapes is closely followed and complimented by notes of fresh blossom, menthol mint and floral honeysuckle. A wonderful after dinner drink, perfectly paired with a range of indulgent desserts, the fresh tang of the grapes is what lingers longest.