American persimmon grown in Midwest farms. These exceptional berries are the size of a small tomato and are bittersweet with hints of honey and light spice.
Dried hibiscus flowers give our Persimmon liqueur it's ruby red hue and a zingy florality.
Dried orange peel gives a burst of fresh citrus
Dried lemon peel adds a touch of invigorating brightness.
A pleasantly bitter South America tree bark traditionally used to make tonic and known for its anti-malarial properties.
Often found in amaro, bitter gentian roots use in spirits and liqueurs dates back to the 1500's. It's astringent bitterness is a playful counterpoint to bright citrus and baking spice.
Root of a herbaceous perennial growing plant. A bit sour and bitter in taste.
Peppery and slightly sweet. Pungent and spicy aroma adds a light spice and complexity to the Persimmon liqueur.
A spice made from the seed pods of various plants in the ginger family and popular in Indian and Nordic cuisine. Adds a complex, earthy, bittersweet aroma.
Also known as garden mint and similar to peppermint. Adds cooling freshness.
Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species. Pungent taste that balances savoury with the sweet elements in the liqueur.
Bitter Orange Peel
Bitter orange peel adds depth and complexity.
Organic Cane Sugar
Enhances flavors and provides pleasant mouthfeel. We only sweeten responsibly.