Galliano Ristretto is not just a coffee liqueur, it's a piece of Italian craft. It's no seceret that the Italians know how to make real espresso. Combine this art form with the knowledge and long history of Galliano and we have the birth of Galliano Ristretto. A meeting of flavours just waiting to happen.
Because Galliano Ristretto is not a coffee liquer, but an espresso liqueur two different types of coffee beans must be used. On top of this, Galliano Ristretto is the only espresso liqueur made using a variety of different coffee beans. A perfect balance between the strong, bitter Robusta beans from Kenya and India blended together with the creamy chocolate Arabica coffee beans from Brazil and Colombia.
With a production process involving five very distinct phases the process of creating Galliano Ristretto is complex but necessary. It is this attention to detail that allow the deep and intense flavours of Galliano Rsitretto to express themselves so fully.
From the makers of golden Galliano liqueur, this dark-brown spirit arrives in the same striking pyramid-shaped bottle. This thick, velvety liqueur has a sweet, dark-roast coffee flavor and aroma, and winds into a rich finish with a light anise note. Claims to be the only espresso liqueur made from both Arabica and Robusta coffee beans. This may not be a selling point; most coffee experts frown on Robusta's strong, bitter notes. Still, this should shine in an espresso martini.