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Review: Central City Peeled Orange Liqueur

Posted by Arctic Wolf on January 17, 2020

Central City Brewers & Distillers began as a Brewpub in 2003 at Central City in Surrey BC. The original home of their first brewery can still be found at the original Central City Pub. Today, their main brewery and distillery operations are just down the hill from that original location in a state of the art, 65,000 square foot brewing facility.

Their Peeled Orange Liqueur is produced from malted barley which has been is aged for three years in American oak. The malt spirit is infused with orange peels, and acceding to the producers may be served on the rocks or enjoyed as a orange liqueur in your favourite cocktail.

Here is a link to my review of this new Orange Liqueur:

Review: Central City Peeled Orange Liqueur

“… When the glass is brought to the nose one notices immediately that this in not your normal orange liqueur. Notes of grain spice and hints of oak accompany the zesty orange scents that have risen into the air. Think of sticky sweet orange marmalade melded with Speyside whisky and that is close to what I am sensing in the breezes …”

Please enjoy my review, Chimo!

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