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This sadly discontinued bittersweet liqueur was produced by Felice Bisleri in Milan, Italy. The brand was acquired by Diageo who ceased production in January 2015.
Amari (plural of amaro) are traditional Italian bitter aperitivo or digestivo liqueurs and Ferro China are a distinctive sub-category of amari containing
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