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Sweet, and perfect for the winter
Member Name: nhb2001
Advantages: Sweet and great with cranberry juice
Disadvantages: Can get a bit sickly
My mam is the first one who got me in to Disaronno Amaretto, she loves to have a small amount of it neat on an occasional basis. Originally this is how she would serve it to me, I love marzipan so it was a pleasant taste, however I found that after a while it can become sickly, particularly as it is so sticky and sweet.
Since moving to University, my mam sometimes sends me back with a bottle of Disaronno to enjoy, and I have found that it is extremely tasty in cocktails or simply with coke. My favourite way to consume Disaronno would have to be with Cranberry juice, ice and a twist of lime; it feels so festive and has a really enjoyable taste to it. The sweetness is not something to worry about either as these drinks perfectly compliment each other. At £15+ a bottle it can become quite pricey for a student, however I find it lasts a long time and is a drink to be enjoyed rather than to get drunk with.
Please drink responsibly.
Summary: Many ways to drink Ameretto
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