Infusion of sweet and bitter oranges. Lubéron rosé wine. Quinquina infusion. Curaçao spirit. Natural orange flavoring. Cane sugar. Alcohol.
– It’s a clever infusion of all these ingredients which gives Orange Colombo its unique flavor.
– Orange Colombo is a particularly pleasant, refreshing companion for desserts, particularly chocolate
desserts and citrus or fresh fruit salads.
Our tip: The perfect aperitif for those who love drinks with bitter or spicy flavors.
How do you drink it?
The Orange Colombo aperitif is drunk neat, cold and possibly with ice cubes.
Ideas for pairing
Orange Colombo goes very well with all dark chocolate cakes. Some of it can also be added to duck à l’orange.
Appearance: The color of Orange Colombo depends greatly on that of the rosé wine from which it is made. Its appearance may go from an orange pink to a light raspberry tint.
Bouquet: On the nose, the first notes are more on the orange rind, with a fruitier note of mandarin. The spicy aromas of mulled wine are also found.
Palate: The tastes on the palate are shared between the fruity orange flavor and a more vegetal zest note. The balance between the sugar content and acidity make Orange Colombo a very refreshing aperitif. Its taste lingering on the orange zest is strengthened by the bitterness in the final note.
Before opening, like a wine: ideally away from light in a dry place with a stable temperature, between 10 and 20°C.
After opening: it can be kept cold for several months. The product may show some signs of aging or oxidation, which does not necessarily change the quality of this aperitif.