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Kahlúa French Vanilla Licor de Cafe Coffee Liqueur

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The mythology behind the liqueur stretches back to 615 AD when coffee beans were first cultivated and first distilled in the Yucatan. Kahlua 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 liqueur was sold to Pernod-Ricard in 2005.

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ChrisCarlsson ChrisCarlsson (335)
Rating: 3.0 (2010-08-31)
Sweet, creamy / oily mouth feel intense coffee, first with a cinnamon bite with vanilla and caramel/caramelized sugar overtones. Only mild alcohol aftertaste, smooth and sweet with long sweet lingering finish.
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