Liquore Pisa’s flavours are born deep in nature’s most secret places and emerge in the kernels of her classics: hazelnut, almond and pistachio. The distinctive taste of Pisa however comes from the secret combination of these nuts. Nuts that provide the classical, delicate, nutty flavour and taste an intensive and characteristic aroma.
Wine Enthusiast 89 points - The marzipan aroma is huge, wafting off the glass when it is still an arm’s length away. The big, sticky-sweet almond and hazelnut flavor is overwhelming at first, but pulls back quickly, leaving just a delicate whisper of nuts and orange on the finish. Beyond the glass, this would be a great addition to baked goods or spooned over fruit or ice cream. - K.N. (Oct 2012)
Liquore Pisa was born long ago from a domain steeped in history, rich in flavour and character. Its flavours come from a distant past, a history of intrigues of the renaissance. Therefore Liquore Pisa is aged and wise and imparts the feel of another world. Bottled since the beginning in Italy at 2 real Italian family owned companies, Franciacorta which exists since 1901 and Torino Distillati. One of Europe’s first birthplaces of taste and culture and also the cradle of modern European culture, containing treasures of every age and style, from the Etruscan theater at Fiesole, to the majestic Gothic buildings of Siena, to the exceptional art and architecture of Florence. Peaceful landscape with primarily rolling hills, with vineyards, olive groves, nut trees in the picturesque folds of the country side and hilltop villages all bathed in a soft, amber light. A welcoming romantic climate, warm days and balmy nights. Known for its delicious food and fine ingredients. The heritage of Liquore Pisa.