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Celebrate La Dolce Vita this Disaronno Day with creative cocktails from Disaronno

This Disaronno Day, celebrate the Renaissance of Italian spirit with Disaronno's warm and sophisticated amaretto liqueur. Originating from Saronno, Italy where it is still produced today, Disaronno’s secret recipe dates back to 1525.

Using only carefully selected ingredients and no additives, the distinctive amber coloured liqueur gets its colour from caramelised sugar and is made from the pure essence of 17 herbs and fruits soaked in apricot kernel oil to create the unmistakable almond and peach flavour.

The rich and bold Italian taste and elegance of Disaronno makes it a versatile liqueur that can be enjoyed on the rocks for a delectable digestif, to create a delicious variety of craft cocktails such as a refreshing Disaronno Sour or Disaronno Fizz, and for adding depth and texture to desserts such as ice-cream and tiramisu.

Steeped in history, the intrinsic Italian craftsmanship of the Disaronno brand extends to the iconic square bottle and black embossed cap that has been hand-crafted by master glassmakers from Murano Italy.

This Disaronno Day, why not get creative and make one of their signature cocktails at home!

Disaronno Cocktail Recipes:


A unique refreshing drink, in which the distinctive notes of DISARONNO blend with the scent of freshly squeezed lemons.


• 50ml Disaronno

• 25ml Fresh lemon juice

• 5ml Sugar syrup

• Egg white (optional)


Shake all the ingredients together with ice. Garnish with a slice of lemon.


A low-alcohol drink with a distinct character. The original taste and unmistakable aroma of Disaronno® are combined with fizzy soda bubbles and lemon juice for a refreshing and thirst-quenching cocktail.


• 45 ml Disaronno

• 150 ml Soda or Sparkling Water

Fresh lemon juice


Pour Disaronno over ice, add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and top up with soda water. Stir and garnish with lemon zest.

Disaronno is available from alcohol retailers nationwide.

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