Licor 43

LICOR 43

The story of Licor 43 dates back to more than 2,000 years ago at the city of Carthago Nova (modern day Cartagena, Spain). Inspired by the legendary Liqvor Mirabilis, Licor 43 (or Cuarenta y Tres in Spanish) was recreated in the first quarter of the 20th century and later commercially produced by family company Diego Zamora who decided to once again bring the glory of Carthago Nova to the world, which has since become the most popular premium Spanish liqueur. licor43.com

LICOR 43

Still produced at the same distillery in Cartagena, Licor 43 is a combination of Mediterranean citrus fruits infused with selected botanical ingredients. Enjoyed across the globe, Licor 43 emits a bright golden glow and delivers deliciously smooth layered flavours of vanilla, citrus and caramel.