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Amaretto: An after-dinner liqueur with an almond flavor that is made in Italy from apricot kernels. The original amaretto, Amaretto di Saronne, was first made in Saronne, Italy, in 1525.
Amaretto Di Saronno: Italian amaretto produced since 1525. Originally created by a widow as a gift to an artist of the Leonardo da Vinci school of art. 56 proof.
Liqueur: An alcoholic beverage that is manufactured by adding flavorings such as strawberry, orange, or almond to a distilled spirit. The flavorings can be added in one of three fashions; steeping, p . . . View Full Definition