What is pisang Ambon made of?

What is pisang Ambon made of?

banana liqueur
Pisang Ambon is a banana liqueur made following an original recipe with green bananas Indonesia and flavored with different herbs. His name, “”Pisang”” means bananas, while Ambo is the name of one of the islands of Indonesia.

How do you mix Ambon Pisang?

Pour the Pisang Ambon into a highball glass. Add the sprite, a few drops of lime juice and ice cubes. Serve with a straw. Shake and strain into a double-cocktail glass filled with crushed ice.

Who owns Pisang Ambon?

Lucas Bols B.V.
Lucas Bols B.V. Pisang Ambon is a brand of Dutch liqueur produced, distributed and marketed by the House of Lucas Bols.

How do you pronounce pisang?


  1. IPA: /piˈsɑŋ/, /ˈpi.sɑŋ/
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  3. Hyphenation: pi‧sang.
  4. Rhymes: -ɑŋ

What is Bols liqueur?

Bols Liqueurs is the number one liqueur range worldwide* and comprises 40 unique flavours, divided into six different groups; citrus, orchard, berries, tropical, indulgent and herbs & botanicals. They are made from high quality natural ingredients such as herbs, spices and fruits.

What is the meaning of Pisang?

noun. A banana; a plantain; (also) a plant of either fruit.

How do you drink Bols?

Bols serves its Negroni in a lightbulb Called the Red Light Negroni, after Amsterdam’s Red Light District, the cocktail calls for 1 ounce Bols Genever Original, 1 ounce sweet vermouth, and 1 ounce Italian bitter liqueur. Mix with ice, stir, strain, and serve in a lightbulb with a rocks glass on the side.

Can you drink Bols by itself?

Bols Genever is best served chilled, and can be drunk straight, on the rocks, or with a touch of water, like whiskey. It really stands out as the primary in simple, gin-forward cocktails.

What are bananas?

Bananas are among the most important food crops on the planet. They come from a family of plants called Musa that are native to Southeast Asia and grown in many of the warmer areas of the world. Bananas are a healthy source of fiber, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants and phytonutrients.

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