Coriander, angelica, liquorice root, gentian, caraway, and citrus from the distillery's own garden are used in this new product, which is described as a contemporary take on the classic bitter liqueur. There's something nettle-like and almost beery about it at times, before the coffee kicks in with a slick of bittersweetness, with the amaro really coming to the fore.This amaro is unique and well-balanced, and it never ceases to intrigue. Drink it neat with tonic and a wedge of grapefruit, or mix it with gin and vermouth in a negroni.
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