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WE85+Wine Enthusiast 6/1/2004
"Starts out concentrated, coffee bean- and kernel-like in the aroma, which turns more cocoa/dark chocolate-like with aeration. Palate entry is creamy, thick and intensely black coffee-like; at midpalate, the sweetness accelerates and includes toasty flavors of roasted nuts and tar. Ends sweet, rich and properly coffee-like." (85–89 pts.)
WE92Wine Enthusiast 10/1/2011
"This rum-based liqueur is a classic for mixing with coffee. The dominant flavors are a familiar dark chocolate-vanilla hybrid, bold and sweet, only nodding at roasted coffee on the lingering finish. Sippable straight up, perhaps because of its relatively low alcohol content." (92 pts.)
WE9595 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 12/15/2000 Although Campari is classified in the U.S. as a liqueur, in Italy, it’s classed as a “bitter apéritif”. Ruby red in color, this spirit brings aromas of fresh ginger, orange zest, and a host of other spices. The body is medium, and the palate is slightly bitter but not overpoweringly so. Here we find a well-integrated mix of herbs, fruits and spices. The finish is clean and dry.
WE9090 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 8/1/2013 Though modeled after horchata, a Mexican drink made with ground almonds, rice and cinnamon, this liqueur is made with rum and cream. It has an opaque, milky appearance, almondy notes and a spiced aroma. Thick, velvety and tongue-coating, this liqueur-like rum evokes egg nog and goes down easy.