Coconut Cream Liqueur
20cl Bottle available in stock: 21
50cl available in stock: 12
Special attention is given to the quality of the raw materials, all strictly natural and when possible organic. This unique Coconut liqueur only uses 5 main ingredients: fresh milk, sugar, coconut, alcohol and natural aromas. Shake well before use; best served slightly chilled. Available in 20cl bottle and 50cl bottle
Cracking Coconut Cream Liqueur
The Cracking Coconut Cream Liqueur is created with semi-skimmed milk, sugar, alcohol and a small amount of grappa.
They have low alcohol content (17°) to bring out the distinctly individual flavours.
This also perfects the conservation of milk and its organoleptic characteristics.
The natural ingredients (milk, rather than milk protein, and water), and the special processing through controlled temperature emulsification, lend these products a remarkably creamy consistency.
This is something completely lacking in similar mass-produced items.
Cracking Coconut Cream LiqueurProbably one of the most unique liqueurs in the world!
Its individuality lies in maintaining the suspension of the coconut.
This provides a completely new sensation that you might never have tasted before.
Piolo & Max always pay special attention to the quality of the raw materials, all strictly natural and when possible organic.
To make this gorgeous Coconut liqueur they only use 5 main ingredients: fresh milk, sugar, coconut, alcohol and natural aromas.
About Piolo & MaxTwo young liqueur producers from Trieste, who in 2003 embarked on an adventure running a small business creating their own liqueurs and spirits.
For them there is no magic formula, but a true passion and love for the work they do.
They always pay special attention to the quality of the raw materials, all strictly natural and when possible organic.
Their little "workshop of spirits" is in the heart of Trieste.
This is also a place where everyone is always welcome to drop by at any time to taste new flavours... and test their latest inventions!
Italian Liqueurs: a tradition of qualityItaly is not only and simply known for its fine wines, but also for a high number of liqueurs and spirits.
Italians mainly enjoy this kind of products as an after-dinner digestive, but they are often important ingredients for desserts.