Sabra Chocolate Orange Liqueur .750L Israel

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Chocolate orange combines the sweetness of chocolate, much loved by the sweet-toothed Israelis and the bitterness from the zest of orange peel. Jaffa oranges, became an early symbol of Israel’s citrus industry. The combination of chocolate and orange was originally used in cooking by Sephardi Jews from Spain.The chocolate flavor is from a percolation of neutral spirit through ground roasted cocoa beans. The orange flavor is added by a maceration of Israeli grown Kumquats.Sweet chocolate liqueur with a backdrop of orange. The orange provides a hint of subtlety in contrast to the broader chocolate taste. The orange is more noticeable on the nose, whilst the chocolate comes to the fore in the mouth. Each flavor retains its character while blending harmoniously with the otherAs an after dinner liqueur; Ideal chilled or with ice; The perfect ‘gift from Israel’; Also good for cooking & cocktails or with coffee. Excellent poured over ice creamSabra was developed and introduced in 1963 by Edgar Bronfman, Sr., the head of Seagram, to be an identifiably Israeli liqueur. Its name is a term used affectionately to describe a native-born Israeli Jew, a term derived from the Hebrew name of a prickly pear cactus that grows in Israel. The original liqueur was made from this cactus fruit, but did not succeed and was quickly changed to the successful chocolate-orange product. There are now three Sabra liqueurs, all produced by Carmel Winery, and all are kosher and kosher for Passover. The newer products are Sabra Coffee liqueur, launched in 1985, and Grand Sabra, an orange-flavored brandy, launched in 2006. The Sabra bottle design is based on a 2,000-year-old Phoenician wine flask found in a Tel Aviv museum.