Amaro dell'Etna
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Amaro dell'Etna

Amaro dell’Etna - Sicilian Amaro since 1901

Prepared according to the ancient Sicilian tradition, for over a century, the Amaro dell’Etna is a bitter with character and an intense and spicy taste. Produced without preservatives and without artificial colors or sources of gluten, it is an authentic liqueur, appreciated by lovers of good spirits.

  • 70 cl.

€13.90 Tax included

€11.39 Tax excluded

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Amaro dell’Etna - Ancient Amaro with character

From the unmistakable blend of over twenty-six varieties of herbs, aromatic plants, flowers and fruits collected in the mountains and carefully selected, on the slopes of Etna, an Amaro is born that for more than 100 years continues to be appreciated for its authentic and spicy character.

The Amaro dell’Etna is prepared according to the ancient original recipe of the late 19th century. After careful manual cleaning of the ingredients, the aromas are extracted and then mixed with a syrup. Only after a decantation of over two months, it is possible to fully enjoy this extraordinary and ancient Sicilian liqueur.

Ingredients: Pure hydrated alcohol, sugar, natural herbal infusions, natural flavors.

Alcoholic content: 29% vol

Tasting Notes: Characteristic and intense spicy flavor

Tip: Excellent as a digestive at the end of a meal or a tasty aperitif served with ice, seltzer and a slice of orange. Serve cold or frozen.

Produced and bottled by Agrosan Sicilia Srl - Augusta (SR) - Italy

8006402000701
Region
Sicily
Produttore
Agrosan
Alcohol level
29%

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Schmeckt sehr lecker, kaufe ich wieder.

By Andreas M. the 05/30/2024
Un goût de Sicile...
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J'ai goûté cet amaro cet été. heureuse d'en avoir trouvé !

By Fabienne V. the 11/22/2023
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