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  • RRP £23.99
  • £23.99

Anís del Mono Dulce, natural aniseed is distilled in copper stills with other aromatics in order to obtain only the essential oils. These oils are mixed with sugar cane, demineralised water, and neutral alcohol before being shaken, filtered and bottled.

    Region: Barcelona
    Style: Anis Spirit
    ABV: 36.00%
    Country: Spain
    Size: 70cl
Product code: d099

    • The company was Anís del Mono (1868 or) 1870 founded by brothers José and Vicente Bosch in Badalona. Unusual is the bottle label, to its history, there are different traditions. This bottle label shows an ape-man, who has the facial features of a man, but has a completely hairy body and a monkey tail - and respectively in his right paw. Hand holds a scroll written on the stands: "He's the best, the science says that, and I do not lie" and holding in his left a bottle. A legislative history anticipates that this design was chosen because the Bosch family a monkey as a pet was, who was also in the liquor factory, another tradition for, wanted the brothers Bosch caricature popular at that time views of Charles Darwin provocative after the evolution of man descended from apes, or the belief in science as a whole should be caricatured by the label. 


      Aniseeds and natural seeds from other aromatic plants are distilled in copper pot stills to obtain the essential oils that are a key component of anise liqueur, alongside cane sugar, demineralized water and neutral spirit of the highest quality. The mixture is gently shaken, filtered and bottled.


      Appearance: Anís del Mono is colourless, transparent and bright.
      On the nose: A broad, gentle aroma.
      On the palate: Sweet and long-lasting.


      Mix dry Anís del Mono, lemon juice, water and ice to enjoy a "Paloma" of Eastern Andalucía.

      If you prefer, you can drink it on its own, mixed with brandy in a delicious "Sol y Sombra" or use it to sweeten coffee.

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