Liqueur - Spices-Essences

Kahlúa Salted Caramel Coffee Liqueur

From: United States Liquor Review Category: Spices-Essences Liqueur

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San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Beverage Testing Institute

  • 2014

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The mythology behind Kahlua stretches back to 615 AD when coffee beans were first cultivated and first distilled in the Yucatan. It is made from a base of sugar cane (rum) rather than grain and was first officially produced in 1936 as a part of Allied Domecq but it was the redefined formula from 1962 that is known today. The term kahlua is roughly translated as "house of the Acolhua people," a tribe connected to the Aztecs in the Meso-American cultures.

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