This liqueur is obtained through the distillation of chestnuts with wine spirit, thus obtaining a rich liqueur with hints of nuts.
Ideal for tasting fresh, simple, and can also be used to give a different touch to different mixtures, namely giving more aromatic properties to sangria. It should be drunk chilled or with an ice cube before meals as an aperitif. At room temperature, it can be consumed as a digestive.
This liqueur can be drunk on its own in the winter months. In the warmer months, we suggest drinking it cool. This liqueur goes well with a board of strong cheeses. It can be used in the preparation of roasted meats such as kid, lamb, lamb and veal (emphasizing some flavors). Its use is also suggested in the preparation of dried fruit cakes, cookies, ice cream and fruit jams.
Wine brandy, chestnut, water and sugar. 17,5% Alc./Vol.
Origin of raw materials
The chestnut is a well-known fruit in Portuguese food. It is characterized by being rounded. Its interior is usually yellowish in color, having a sweet and quite pleasant taste. In its raw state, this fruit has a cape with “spikes”, called a hedgehog.