Manille Liqueur de Calamansi from the Philippines’ Oldest Distillery

If you’re looking for a gift, I believe a local product is the best choice. Last year, I published #SupportYourLokal | Christmas Gift Ideas Parts 1 and 2 on my blog,, and I continued to promote local businesses on social media.

Now, look at the image. This was given to me as a present (CCP Corporate Communications Division 🤗). Destileria Limtuaco & Co., Inc. produced and bottled this bottle of Manille Liqueur de Calamansi, the first of its kind. They are the Philippines’ oldest distillery, having been established in 1852.

Watch my unboxing here.


Manille Liqueur de Calamansi

Destileria Limtuaco & Co., Inc.

Manille captures the essence of calamansi using the citrus fruit’s rinds to make a drink that is zesty, fresh and packed with an intense citrus aroma in a vodka base. An all-natural product with no added flavouring whatsoever. It is perfect as a digestif or as a drink to cleanse the palate between courses. You can also take it as a chilled shot or on the rocks for a refreshing long drink. It can also be used to prepare sweet and savoury dishes that require any kind of zesty kick. Manille Liqueur de Calamansi will surely give your cocktails or dishes a unique twist.


One of a kind quality product.
Uses calamansi which is a very widely accepted fruit.
Very versatile in use.
Drink chilled or on the rocks.
Premium packaging.


Rich source of Vitamin C which cures cough and cold and helps strengthen the bones.
Helps in smooth blood circulation.
Facilitate normal digestion due to its alkalinizing effect.

Isn’t this a terrific present? I can’t wait to taste this calamansi-infused vodka liqueur. I’m sure it’s delicious on its own, combined, or in a recipe!

Manille Liqueur de Calamansi
FB and IG: @manilleliqueur


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