Whether you prefer it on the rocks, mixed with other bold flavors or alongside a decadent dessert, enjoy National Amaretto Day on April 19th, with DISARONNO.
DISARONNO has a lineage dating back to the Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci commissioned one of his students, Bernardino Luini, to paint a fresco of Madonna of the Miracles in Saronno. To portray Madonna, he found his muse in a young innkeeper and to pay her gratitude, the young girl concocted a drink from apricot kernels and brandy, creating amaretto. This simple yet delicious blend became known as DISARONNO.
Give these DISARONNO cocktails a mix:
- 1 part Disaronno
- 3/4 part of Lemon juice
- 1 tsp. of Sugar
Preparation: Combine all ingredients and pour over ice. Stir and garnish with lime slice.
- 3/4 part Disaronno
- 1 1/4 part Scotch Whiskey
Preparation: Pour ingredients over ice.
Disaronno Creole Sour
- 1 1/2 parts Disaronno
- 1/2 part Angostura Bitters
- 3/4 part Lemon Juice
- 2 Bar spoons Sugar
Preparation: Combine all ingredients over ice.
- 3/4 part of DISARONNO
- Top with sparkling wine
Preparation: Pour Disaronno into a flute glass, top with sparkling wine.