Wine Enthusiast 90 points - Galliano used to be a vanilla bomb suitable only for lacing Harvey Wallbangers. But the new “L’Autentico” version has a more herbaceous profile. Still a sunny, vibrant yellow and with a silky, syrupy texture, the primary note is sweet anise, both on the nose and tongue, with a lingering clove, vanilla and licorice finish. - K.N. (Feb 2011)
With a recipe that reads more like a medieval elixir of herbs, plants, roots, barks, spices and flower seeds. A bottle of Galliano begins itís life with the meticulous sorting and quality control of some 30 herbs, spices and plant extracts. This creates a perfectly balanced hand crafted artisanal spirit.