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Puglia, Italy


For over 175 years, members of the Borsci family have been producing the primary bitter liqueur of Puglia. Giuseppe Borsci first began to bottle and sell his liqueur in 1840 in the small Puglian town of San Marzano di San Giuseppe, where the family had settled after fleeing the Ottoman occupation in the Caucuses. From the beginning Giuseppe bottled his liqueur with a distinct gold label and the two headed eagle, the symbol of Albania.

The Borsci family continued to own and operate the distillery in Taranto, Puglia until 2012 when the company filed for bankruptcy. Then in 2013, the Italian CAFFO Group took over management of the operation and steadily reestablished the production and exposure of this historic liqueur. The continued commitment to quality and tradition of Borsci San Marzano is maintained by production manager, Edigio Borschi, the fourth generation to produce his family's spirit.

Additional Details:

  • Producer: Borsci
  • Varietals: Liquers
  • Ingredients: Rum; proprietary blend of herbs, roots, and spices.
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  • Country: Italy
  • Region: Puglia

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