Schwarz Kaiserfost Bitter is the result of the mixing of 47 carefully selected botanicals (herbs, plants and roots), infused and distilled with wisdom by the Valentinian distillery master. Once prepared this precious bitter is tasted in French oak barriques to become more soft and round.
In 1884 Dr. Joseph Clementi, an expert botanist, creates in his pharmacy of Fivizzano (Lunigiana - Tuscany), the recipe of "China Clementi."Composed by the harmonious encounter of two valuable varieties of tropical China and aromatic and medicinal herbs, the China Clementi is still produced as then, strictly using the original recipe of 1884, with the...
Since 1868, the Amaro Averna is the true Sicilian art, with a history that has its roots in the wonderful land of Caltanissetta. The secret recipe has been passed down from generation to generation and has become a classic after Italian meal.
Braulio is an authentic Italian liqueur for after dinner. Braulio is one of Italy’s most illustrious Amari with a unique and delicate profile. Created in 1875 by Franceso Peloni, a pharmacist from Bormio, Braulio captures the distinctive aromas and flavors of the alpine flora. Braulio’s name comes from the Mount Braulio that overlooks the marvelous area.
It has a pleasant and perfumed taste of herbs. It is an absolutely natural and precious distillate that is best appreciated by sipping it, in small doses, from a glass that will enhance its olfactory and aromatic qualities and infuse all the beneficial virtues of purely distilled fresh herbs.
Da una ricetta immutata del 1826 un amaro Valtellinese alle erbe senza tempo da servire con ghiaccio o a temperatura ambiente.