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FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse

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Difford's Guide Rating 4/5 [recommended]

Peychaud's Aperitivo Liqueur

As bitter Italian aperitivos [sic] go, Peychaud's is on the light side - slightly drier and rootier than Aperol but much tamer than the likes of Campari. Low in alcohol, this is a middle of the road crowd-pleasing Aperitivo.

 

 

Sound boring to me...

FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse

From Diffords
 

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Difford's Guide Rating 4/5 [recommended]

As bitter Italian aperitivos [sic] go, Peychaud's is on the light side - slightly drier and rootier than Aperol but much tamer than the likes of Campari. Low in alcohol, this is a middle of the road crowd-pleasing Aperitivo.

 

 

Sound boring to me...

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