Almond-and apricot-flavored liqueur, originally made in Italy but now made in other countries as well.

Amaretto Di Saronno.
Legend has it that Bernardo Luini, a student of the Da Vinci School, was painting frescoes for the Marie della Grazie Cathedral in Saronno, Italy, and used as a model a young woman who worked at the inn where he stayed.She showed her gratitude by making him this sweet liqueur with almonds and apricots.