Tuaca

thing and alcoholic drink

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Tuaca (Italian pronunciation: [tuˈaːka]) is a brand of liqueur originally produced by the Tuoni and Canepa families of Livorno, Italy. Brown-Forman of Louisville, Kentucky acquired Tuaca in 2002 and sold it to Sazerac Company in 2016. March 31, 2010, marked the closure of Livorno's historic Tuaca plant. The liqueur is sweet and golden brown in color. Its ingredients include brandy, essence of orange, and vanilla. Vanilla is the dominant flavor. It is bottled at 70 proof (35% ABV).

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St. James the first to discover a taste for Tuaca December 1996

Madeira Place, Brighton, United Kingdom where it was discovered (1996)