Aguardiente Antioqueño has been around for more than 100 years and is one of the most popular liquors of Colombia. This drink is made with extra neutral alcohols, natural essences of anise, and drinking water treated with carbon filters. It features an aroma that is both sweet and spicy. Antioqueño is easy to distinguish due to the large number of winter spices used in its formula. When you try it, you can taste the sweetness of the anise, ending with a spicy finish leaving a delicious taste that caresses the pa
Bottle Size: 1750 ml /1000ml / 700ml
History and Culture
History tells us that in 1493, on his second voyage to America, Christopher Columbus, learned about sugar cane. The South American natives cultivated it and squeezed all the flavor from it. Aguardiente was first developed from these crops. From that moment on, the art was perfected by hidden tribes who passed on the secret recipe to the next generation.
A century later, Aguardiente is still a traditional drink, and the Fábrica de Licores de Antioquia produces the best in its class, which represents the joyful and festive spirit of Colombians. Today, they have been recognized internationally for their unmatched flavor and quality.
- 3 ounces of brandy.
- 1/2 lemon.
- lemon soda.
Fill a short glass with ice, pour in the brandy. Add the lemon juice and stir. Finish with the soda until the glass is full.
- 1 1/2 ounce of brandy.
- 1 lemon.
- 2 teaspoons brown sugar.
Cut the lemon into small pieces, remove the peel and blend with the sugar. Place the blended lemon and sugar in a short glass, pour in the brandy and add ice. Garnish with lemon slices.
- 3 parts brandy.
- 2 parts grenadine.
- 1 part cognac.
- 1 mint leaf.
Mix the brandy with the grenadine and cognac in a short glass. Fill with ice and add a mint leaf.