Tuaca Liqueur

70cl / 35%
Tuaca Liqueur
Web Exclusive Price £23.45 £19.54 ex VAT (£33.50 per litre)
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A premium amber-gold liqueur made with brandy, vanilla essence and citrus fruits and said to originate from a 16th century recipe by Lorenzo di Medici.

Citrus & Vanilla

Tuaca Liqueur Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    23 June 2016

    This is my most favourite liqueur!! Pity it's so difficult to obtain locally without having to buy online...when he lived in Brighton, our son bought it for his father's birthday. It's gorgeous ??

  • 5
    1 August 2015

    I love the taste, it''s like panettone!

  • Anonymous 13 January 2014

    I had it served with warmed cloudy apple juice (what Americans call "Apple cider" but NOT our sort of cider!) and squirty whipped cream on top - called an "Apple Pie" and amazing on a cold day!

  • Anonymous 12 February 2012

    Just tried it in Brighton for the first time last night... Top night, say no more!

  • Anonymous 21 September 2011

    first tried this @ relentless boardmasters 2011 tried it wiv apple juice over ice. but even better severed wiv chai tea syrup, fresh squeezed orange & a dash of lemon over ice - get to combine my two fav things starbucks & booze lol

  • TWE Admin 17 March 2011

    Anonymous, I believe it's that popular in Brighton because it was launched there - they have a fake 'blue plaque' on the wall outside a bar in Kemptown where it was first unveiled.

  • Anonymous 15 March 2011

    I tried this in Brighton and loved it! Does anyone know if it can be bought in Dublin, ireland??? Why is it so popular in Brighton??

  • Lorna 28 November 2010

    I first tried this when Thresher's had it on special offer. Since thresher's closed I have been searching for this. It has a smooth taste that makes you keep going back for more.

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  • Ian L, Victoria 2 December 2008

    Perfect in a hip flask, vanilla, honey and pewter. Sweet but not too sweet it works very well on it's own or, as I tried in Brighton, ice cold. I was even recommended to try it on my porridge, not bad! It's just a brilliant great drink.

  • Delia Moorey 13 December 2007

    Not heard of in Guernsey! Tried all the stockist. Is this liqueur new?