Aperol Spritz best friend ! Aperol is a classic Italian bitter apéritif made of gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona, among other ingredients. It has a vibrant orange hue, which is why it is often popular during the summer. Its name comes from the French slang word for aperitif, which is apero. The drink combines 3 parts Prosecco followed by 2 parts Aperol, topped with a dash of soda water and garnished with a slice of orange.
Amaro Montenegrois a traditionalamarodistilled inBologna, Italy. It is made from a secret blend of 40 botanicals, includingvanilla,orangepeels and eucalyptus. The amaro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in 1885 and was originally called Elisivir Lungavita. In 1896, it was renamed Amaro Montenegro, afterPrincess Elena of Montenegrowho married Crown Prince Victor Emmanuel, the futureKing Victor Emmanuel IIIof Italy .Its production takes place in the factory ofSan Lazzaro di Savena(Province of Bologna) of Montenegro Srl.
Cobianchi travelled from continent to continent collecting 40 rinds, woods, seeds, rhizomes, flowers, fruits, citrus peels, roots, stems and leaves.
Amaro Montenegro is the result of a process that has been passed down through generations, unchanged since 1885. The Master Herbalist oversees the entire production process, just as Cobianchi once did.
Amaro Averna is an Italian liqueur in the Amaro category produced in Caltanissetta, Sicily. It is named after its inventor, Salvatore Averna, who invented the recipe in 1868. This drink is produced on the Island of Sicily and is considered a traditional drink. The Averna company was acquired in 2014 by Gruppo Campari.
Civitavecchia. It was 1945 when Angelo Molinari, expert perfumer and connoisseur of the secrets of blending, began his experiments to create a product of the highest quality: Sambuca Extra. A liqueur with an unmistakable taste, based on star anise, whose recipe is still a secret today. Thus began the history of the Molinari company.
According to the legend, its origins date back more than 300 years to the presence of Christian monks living in the hills of the Piedmont region of northern Italy. Their skills in fine food and drinks included the art of distilling, especially the use of the wild hazelnuts and other precious ingredients to create liquor recipes such as the one on which Frangelico is based today. Its name is also part of the same local legend - an abbreviation of Fra’ Angelico, a hermit monk believed to have inhabited the magnificent Piedmont hills during the 18th century.
Frangelico envelops the senses, drawing you in and providing a refreshing flavorful experience. The senses delight in the beauty of Italy, the sweetness of the taste and smoothness of the texture, all encased in an intriguing bottle.
Faretti Liquore ai Biscotti Bisciuts Liqueur 750ml
The famous Faretti liqueur comes from northern Italy where wonderful biscotti cookies are baked in rustic brick ovens. We invite you to enjoy its delicately layered taste which combines hints of nuts, citrus and fennel in a symphony of flavor. Try it neat, with coffee, and in mixed districts. Salute!
Dark brown with amber highlights. The aromas are characterized by a blend of citrus fruits and dried herbs. Hints of burnt sugar are not too sweet on the palate, followed by dried herbs with a clean bitter finish.
Giulio Cocchi has been producing spirits since the very beginning – and Grappa Dorée has played a role in the company’s history. The unique design of the label recalls the style of the age when this grappa was first produced while suggesting its powerful character and sophisticated balance. Today named as a “single vineyard” grappa, it is an absolutely pure spirit, the true expression of the Moscato aroma with an extremely appealing length of flavor.
An unaged, traditional Piedmontese “white” grappa resulting from the distillation of the scented pomace from Barbera grapes harvested from vineyards in the Monferrato hills.The steam distillation occurs in large discontinuous cycle copper steam stills. No aging in barrels is required for this young grappa. Clear, limpid with an oily appearance, it has the intense scent of the traditional Piedmontese grappas with hints of ripe grapes, pomace and sarments. Mouthfeel is smooth and flowing, with a sharp, fragrant taste.
Born in Piedmont in the last century, it soon spread thanks to its taste, well balanced between bitter and sweet, and especially for the leading effect on the market of its name “Barolo”, that immediately positioned it among the noblest products compared to various other types of alcoholic drinks based on cinchona. Inventor of this original recipe, Giulio Cocchi was also the protagonist of the diffusion of Barolo Chinato. In Italy its consumption was encouraged by the fame it gained as therapeutic wine. A traditional remedy in Piedmont to cure many small sicknesses, especially in case of cooling. Drunk as a vin brulé, hot and invigorating, its antipyretic and digestive capacities were widely recognized. Serving it to the guests became a typical tradition of the farmers’ hospitality. Over time, the use of this aromatized wine changed and today, in the general wake to recover traditions and naturality, it’s been rediscovered with new and interesting consumption styles.
Storico Vermouth di Torino is still produced according to the original recipe of Giulio Cocchi. This vermouth belongs to the category of the sweet vermouths, or Italian vermouths, sweet and amber as indicated in the manuals of the late XIX century. Storico Vermouth di Torino Cocchi has been the protagonist of the international rebirth of the top-of-the-range vermouths and the renovated interest of the great barmen for the denomination Vermouth di Torino so that it is also familiarly denominated “Cocchi Torino”.