Curaçao is an orange-flavored liqueur made from the dried peel of bitter oranges found on the Caribbean island of Curaçao.
Originally named after the island of Curaçao, whose oranges were the basis for its first production, the name is now generic. Now made from a variety of oranges, only the peel of the orange is used for curaçao. It may be based on any white spirit, though molasses (cane) or grape are the most likely, and it comes in a range of colours, including blue. Triple sec was the term for a second distillation.
Distillates of oranges, lemons and curaçao fruit are blended to compose this extremely versatile liqueur.
Curacao is the generic term for orange liqueurs produced from the peel of a
bitter variety of Sevile oranges. This variety of orange grew predominantly
on the west indian islland of Curacao, but is now mainly grown in Tahiti
DeKuyper Orange Curacao
Amber in color, this liqueur blends distillates of oranges, lemons and
curaçao fruit are with orange bitters. A delicate liqueur marmalade made from
distilled lemon and orange extracts, eau-de-vie and - there you have it –
Curaçao fruit for the characteristic bitterness. The sensation is familiar, the
spicy finish takes you by surprise. A key ingredient in many cocktails, it
blends well with Rum and Brandy.
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