Monday, 16 January 2012

licor cafe









licor cafe is a design by tomas alonso. the licor itself is based on a traditional recipe from galicia in the north west of spain and is made from orujo, coffee beans & sugar. orujo, also known as aguardiente (literally ‘burning water’) is still made locally in many villages of the region and it is obtained from the distillation of the pomace of grapes – over 50% alcohol.

the set comprises of one bottle and five glasses to serve five friends. each friend can pick the glass of their choice, but none of them have to worry: each glass holds the same quantity of licor. whether this is something that is truly purchasable we have no idea but we love it's simplistic aesthetic.

http://www.tomas-alonso.com


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