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"A sophisticated orange pulp bouquet which after aeration turns much more dry peel-like. The palate entry is intensely orange peel-like yet more sweet than bittersweet; the midpalate stage is deeply orangey, sweet and sublimely juicy. Finishes ideally citrusy/tart/astringent, then turns lithe and sweet. The benchmark for all orange flavored liqueurs/triple secs. State of the art." 96-100 pts.
Reviewed by: The Wine Enthusiast
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$227.89 / Case of 12
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If it smells like an orange, it must be an orange
December 01, 2013
Reviewed by: RJ
I don't even use cheap triple secs anymore unless I need them in bulk or for other people. While triple sec may smell and taste like orange flavored cough medicine, this smells like a ripe, peeled orange. The taste, while it doesn't taste like an orange, is MUCH closer to the real thing than any other I have tasted so far. Any cocktail that calls for triple sec should have this in it. Period.