Amaro is a kind of Italian bitter liqueur that's often consumed as a digestif, and until recently was often buried among the lists of ingredients in cocktails.
Amari are made with a dizzying array of secret ingredients that includes herbs, fruit and a neutral base spirit; they were once prized for their medicinal qualities but eventually fell out of favor as the times changed and tastes evolved.
As an aperitif or as a digestive at the end of a meal, try Maliquò, a Sicilian herbal bitter made with cold maceration of cereal alcohol with herbs and aromatic plants such as eucalyptus, gentian and mugwort.
An ancient herbal bitter, Amaro della Rocca is a traditional liqueur from Sicily, excellent at any time of the day.
Amaro Della Rocca with Orange is an all-Sicilian bitter. The infusion with alcohol from cereals of herbs, roots and especially blood oranges give a unique and original taste to this delicious liqueur.
Roger is a bitter and it is also an amaro. Born from the union of the infusions of the best hand-picked Calabrian citrus fruits, with the infusion of bitter botanicals in grain alcohol. The result is a counter-current bitter and amaro, with a persistent taste and a strong, pungent and austere character.
Jefferson is a natural and authentic amaro like its territory of origin, Calabria. It is born from the union of the infusions of the best Calabrian citrus fruits selected and hand-picked, with the infusion of bittering botanicals of the Mediterranean scrub in grain alcohol. The result is an Important amaro, with a Mediterranean and complex taste.
Unicum Riserva is an exclusive amaro obtained from the distillation of over 40 botanicals and subjected to double aging. It has a sweet and sour, velvety and seductive taste, in which the bitter notes of botanicals combine with the sweetness and silkiness of honey, typical characteristics of Tokaji. It is a luxury end of meal to be served in purity to capture all its uniqueness.