Bitter (amero) liqueurs, Gentian liqueurs
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A gentian liqueur made with French yellow gentian root and a small amount of bitter citrus and sugar.
Amaro is both the Italian word for bitter and the name of a bittersweet style of liqueurs traditionally from Italy. Amari (the plural of amaro) are usually
Gentian liqueurs tend to be bright yellow and taste on the bitter side of bittersweet. As the name suggests, their flavour comes from an infusion and distillation
Genziana is made by infusing gentian root in Nardini grappa, in turn made with pomace of grapes from vineyards of the hills and foothills of the Veneto and Friuli.
Made by macerating gentian roots in grape neutral alcohol and this maceration is then double-distilled and blended with herbs and other botanicals that have also been macerated....
Inspired by Gaetan Picon’s amer (bitters) first produced in 1837, Golden Moon says they have “recreated his original manufacturing processes and acquired the original type of...
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