Wine Enthusiast 87 points - Many will recognize the square dimpled bottle on the back bar right away. The amber liquid inside the bottle is distinctive too, with its sweet amaretto-cookie aroma and thin, almond extract flavor, touched with vanilla and orange. It’s a classic for amaretto sours or lacing coffee. - K.N. (Jan 2014)
The term amaretto refers to a sweet liqueur made from a basic infusion almonds or the almond-like kernels from the stones of drupe fruits, as well as a related biscotto (usually referred to in the plural, biscotti). Both originate in Italy, where major brands are still produced today.