Taste Sets: Artichoke, Black Mulberry and Orange Amara, Pomegranate, Maracuja. The bitter liqueur Amaronna comes an ancient recipe inherited by the Bruccoleri family their ancestors. This Amaro is rich in digestive and balsamic properties.
This Aperitiv comes originally (1964) Crodo, hence, also there comes the name Crodino. Here in Italy it is the most popular aperitif without alcohol which is enjoyed at every time of day. In the taste it is velvety-bitter, similarly to an Amaro (bitters) without even containing a drop of alcohol. The Crodino best of all tastes chilled
The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color it has a unique bitter-sweet taste deriving a secret recipe that has remained unchanged since its creation. An infusion of precious primary components, many herbs and roots in a perfectly balanced combination. Aperol's strength is its low alchol content, only 11%.
Born in 1845 after a secret recipe never disclosed, up to today kept by the family and unchanged with time; it is, in fact, a case history in the trade. Always referred to as 'the digestive', it is the perfect drink to those who enjoy extending an evening's pleasures.
The cultural phenomenon of the 'Spritz', an artfully blended aperitif with just the right balance of sweetness and a touch of bitterness on the finish, said to stimulate the apetite, is spreading its origins in the Veneto region to conquer palates throughout Italy and abroad. The cocktail is traditionally mixed by the barman, each having a personal favourite recipe but, thanfully, i Spritz offers us the perfect blend at the pop of a cork.
Camparisoda is the single-serve aperitif with a moderate alcohol content (10%) that with its unique and incomparable flavour is the category leader is obtained through the optimal mixture of Campari and carbon dioxide.
With an alcohol content of only 3 percent, Aperol Soda is an aperitif that is fizzy and extremely fresh. It has an exclusive note of orange in a harmonious sweet-bitter balance with the flavour of the herbs and roots used in its infusion.
To this day Amaro Montenegro is prepared according to the traditional recipe, which has been secretly guarded for over a century. Ingredients undergo a meticulous ion process with only the rarest and most prized herbs composing the original recipe, giving Amaro Montenegro its distinctive taste.
In 1815, Ausano Ramazzotti, a herbal doctor, created in his shop in Milan, a tonic liqueur made herbs and spices including gentian root, rhubard, cinnamon and the peel Sicilian oranges. Today, Ramazzotti is still produced with the same ingredients and the same technique used by its inventor over 180 years ago. Made with 33 medicinal herbs and plant roots which give it a characteristic bouqurt, Ramazzotti is a sweet and strong liqueur, with an unmistakable orange flavour. It is not only a digestive but also a tonic and refreshing drink. In fact Ramazzotti today is no longer just an after-dinner drink but it is also a drunk as an aperitif.
Cynar is an artichoke based bitter. Its distinctive flavour is enriched an infusion of 13 herbs and plants, making it a completely natural drink, rich in scents and a unique taste . It perfectly conserves all the health properties of the ingredients used in its preparation. Only moderately alcoholic (16.5%) Cynar is a modern and versatile drink that is always welcome.
Brilliant, golden color. Intense odor of grapefruit, citrus fruit and cloves. Rich rose notes and nails Cloves, giving us the aroma of wine are embraced by the bitter tones of artemisia. Persistent on the palate with interesting interwoven sweetness and spicy notes.
Averna is an excellent liqueur with full body and smooth taste, extremely pleasant for every moment of the day. You can drink it or taste it straight, with ice or frozen. It is produced using an ancient recipe made of herbs, which has been passed down one generation to another since 1868.
Perfect in all seasons for its refreshing and thirst-quenching properties. The success of this product is due to its pleasant mint taste refreshing and bracing. Mint was appreciated even in old times by those who used herbs wisely. The Old Testament reports that it was used to elate the soul. Drink it neat or cold on ice- It is perfect as a long-drink, a cocktail base or mixed with a soft drink to give you an unmatched shiver at any time.