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bottleSometimes you put something away and it is forgotten. You know. You had forgotten you owned it or the reason why you bought it in the first place. This wonderous ceramic piece was bought by me not for its content, a fifty year old Italian liqueur I presume, but for the shape and the manner of the painting on the bottle, a distinctively fifties design, I think. It was creatively squeezed in clay and stands ten inches tall, produced by the Drioli Company in the town of Mira near Venice, ItalyCan I tell you what the content of this bottle tastes like? Absolutely not. The bottle is still sealed. Is there anyone out there who can tell me what it does taste like? Or who designed the bottle?