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Among the many artistically and culturally significant flowers that grow and flourish in Italy, none is more adored than the cherry blossom. The petals of the delicate pink and white tree flower are often compared to those of the popular liqueur Disaronno, lending a cherry blossom as a symbol of the enduring confluence of beauty and refreshment.
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Said to have been first created in 1525 by a young widow who posed as a model for Bernardino Luini, an artist from the Leonardo da Vinci's school of art. Luini used her as a model for his portrait of the Madonna which can still be viewed in the Chapel of Santa Maria delle Grazie, in Saronno.
Disaronno is the “world’s favourite Italian liqueur”. Thanks to its smooth taste and unmistakable aroma Disaronno is known as an Italian stylish icon in more than 160 countries all over the world. Since more than 500 years it represents the made in Italy and today it is more and more protagonist and always up-to-date. Disaronno is a pleasure to taste "on the rocks" and, thanks to its mixability, makes every cocktail unique. (Source: peterjustesen.com)