As the name suggests, subtle bergamot notes influence this dryish Negroni riff.
Honey balances bitter notes of gentian with citrusy bergamot and Scotch spirit. An aperitif of digestif.
Subtly citrusy and piney with delicate caraway. Clearly refined.
Delicious bergamot zesty freshness with subtle underlying rum. Great as an after-dinner freshening digestivo.
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Dry with wine like-minerality, zesty bergamot and piney gin notes.
A tasty bittersweet Negroni-style aperitif.
A summery light aperitivo.
The distinctive flavours of amaro and gentian dominate this bittersweet but mellow aperitif.
Zesty, floral, aromatic and fresh. A complex and refreshing spritz.
Layers of sour citrus, bittersweet vanilla and cleansing Moscato grape spirit. Best enjoyed as an aperitivo.
Montenegro amaro dominates this bittersweet delicately orangey aperitif cocktail.
A low-low alcohol, light and refreshing aperitivo which delivers the promised flavours of bergamot and coconut.
A bergamot influenced riff on the classic Bamboo that's best enjoyed as an aperitivo.
Sipping through the bitter layer of coffee is a great start to this lightly bitter-sweet aperitivo.
Mouth puckering zesty citrus freshness underpinned by gin's botanical complexity.
Bergamot liqueur and grapefruit juice combine brutality and while a tasty apertitivo this combo is best served with breakfast.
Bitter orange peel is a botanical which features in many gins, and in this cocktail a bitter sweet bergamot liqueur is mixed with gin to good effect.
Take a citrusy hoped beer and add a tad more citrus in the shape of Rosolio di Bergamotto. The result is predictably citrusy, refreshing and suited to
Bergamot liqueur and quinine tonic combine harmoniously in this lightly bitter-sweet aperitivo.
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