Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Info about alcoholic drinks in Italy

Here are some links about alcoholic drinks in Italy:

      • Campari
      • Cynar
    • BEERS
      • Moretti – Source: web site – In English, Italian
      • Nastro AzzurroIn Italian Only – Before you enter their web site, you MUST provide your date of birth or FaceBook login – part of Peroni – Source: web site
        • Nastro Azzurro – Before you enter their web site, you MUST provide, "PLEASE TELL US WHERE YOU AE FROM" AND your date of birth – Source: International web site – In multiple languages
      • Peroni – Before you enter their web site, you MUST provide specific information – Source: web site – In multiple languages
      • Prosecco
      • Spumante
      • Bellini
      • Caffè alla Valdostana
      • Amaretto
      • Bergamino
      • Carrubo Digestivo
      • Cigliegiolo
      • Cynar
      • Fernet
      • Galliano
      • Genepi
      • Grappa
      • Limoncello
      • Limoncello Cream (Crema di Limoncello)
      • Maraschino
      • Nocino
      • Sambuca
      • Sangue Morlacco
      • Strega
      • Triple sec
      • Cinzano
      • Martini
    • WINE
  • Italian Drinks – "Italy, the country of great coffee, is also famous for. its many alcoholic drinks" – Source: Found in the Italy – "Comprehensive Guide to Italy" – section of europe-cities – " has been developed to provide useful and trustworthy information about European destinations in a well-organized manner." – In multiple languages
  • Italian Drinks – "Typical (alcoholic) drinks of Italy, including: Italian Liquors, Aperitifs, Cocktails, Digestifs and Sweet Dessert Wines" – Source: – "your independent guide to Italy and the Italian culture"
  • List of Major Italian Liquors & Liqueurs – "The Most Famous Italian Liquors" – Source: – "Italy | Italy daily news, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
* = Blog entry has been updated.

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That's it for Wednesday, 28 September 2011: mercoledì, 28 settembre 2011

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