Calisaya (liqueur)

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Calisaya (liqueur) is an herbal liqueur produced by infusing cinchona calisaya, and other barks, roots and flowers in grain neutral spirit and seville orange extract.[1] It is a contemporary revision of the classic Italian amaro.[2] It is handcrafted in small numbered batches by Elixir, Inc., a craft distillery in Eugene, Oregon,[3] which was founded by the Italian brothers Andrea and Mario Loreto.

It can be drunk as both an Apéritif and digestif or used as a bitter ingredient in cocktails.

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  1. ^ The Tasting Panel Magazine, June 2010
  2. ^ Northwest Palate Magazine, June 2011
  3. ^ Microdistilleries in the US and Canada, by David J. Reimer Sr., 2012

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