The Aperitif that fuelled the French resistance. It's a medium bodied red wine with roasted coffee, liquorice sticks and bitter berries followed by slow roasted peppers.Traditionally quinquinas contain cinchona bark, which provides quinine
Based on a recipe that dates back to the 15th century, Tuaca is a brandy-based liqueur which brings together a number of brandies, a secret blend of fruits and spices and just a little sugar to blend it all together in harmony. On the nose is a spicy citrus tang which entices you to drink and when you do you’ll enjoy a surprisingly light and oily mouthfeel, sweet with a little dry spiciness and cinnamon, nutmeg and bitter orange leading the taste profile. It settles into a mellower, sweeter warmth, just the ticket after a filling meal.