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  • Amaro Averna

    Amaro Averna

  • Amaro Di Sicilia 700ml

    Amaro Di Sicilia 700ml

    This liqueur is made by herbs and roots picked the territory around mount Etna depending on an ancient recipe. The procedure is traditional, so this pleasant liqueur preserves all the aromatic and digestive qualities of its ingredients.




    Excellent straight and on the rocks. Mixed with soda water it is an exclusive aperitif.

  • Amaro Evangelista D'abruzzo

    Amaro Evangelista D'abruzzo

    With a bitter taste that lingers on, it can be enjoyed neat, or as a long drink mixed with soda water, enjoy the bitterness of this amaro after dinner.

  • Amaro Lucano

    Amaro Lucano

    Amaro Lucano was created in 1894 from a secret recipe that has been handed down from generation to generation in the Vena family. Thanks to the skilful blend of more than 30 herbs it has a decisive taste that is perfect for all occasions. It can be enjoyed neat, chilled, with ice or orange zest. Perfect as a base for cocktails. Alcohol by volume: 28%.

  • Amaro Montenegro 30ml Miniature

    Amaro Montenegro 30ml Miniature

  • Amaro Montenegro 700ml

    Amaro Montenegro 700ml

  • Berta Amaro Di Berta Selection Erbe 700ml

    Berta Amaro Di Berta Selection Erbe 700ml

    Amaro di Erbe DiBerta this selection goes back to an old original recipe from our father Paolo. In very few words is a blend of Hydrated alcohol, Sugar, an infuse of many different herbs, aromatic roots, natural flavoring all distilled together. The alcohol content is 30% vol. and it’s sold to the consumers in an elegant case.

  • Bordiga Bitter Verde Amaro 700ml

    Bordiga Bitter Verde Amaro 700ml

    Cooling mint and eucalyptus, with a hint of fennel adding sweetness.

    A particularly herbaceous liqueur from Bordiga, made with a selection of Alpine herbs and other general delicacies. Enjoy with ice-cold water for a refreshing aperitif on warm evenings.

  • Borgogno Chinato 500ml

    Borgogno Chinato 500ml

    Garnet red. It is full, rich and opulent, exuding spices and aromatic herbs. On the palate it is full-bodied, velvet-smooth, and pleasantly bitterish in the finish.

  • Borsci San Marzano Amaro 700ml

    Borsci San Marzano Amaro 700ml

    Try it straight after dinner, as a long drink it becomes a powerful apertif and a quenching experiance, pour some in your coffe or ice cream to enhance the taste.

  • Cappelletti Sfumato Amaro Rabarbaro Trento

    Cappelletti Sfumato Amaro Rabarbaro Trento

    The term Sfumato derives from the italian word for smoke.

    It is traditionally associated with a style of Renaissance painting characterized by subtle transitions between areas of dark and light.

    This speaks directly to the profil of this amaro wich marries a dark smokiness with nuanced bitter woodsiness from alpine herbs and notes of sweet alpine berries.

    The production of a rabarbaro liqueur by the amari and aperitivi producer Cappelletti dates back almost a century.

    The main ingredient is a special Chinese Rhubarb for generations grown in Trentino Alto Adige e Veneto , where it has long been used in a variety of amari.

  • Fernet Branca 700ml

    Fernet Branca 700ml

    Made from the infusion of numerous ingredients, obtained from 4 continents. After the infusion takes place, Fernet rests in wood barrels for at least a year. The name of this liqueur, according to many, originated from the Milanese dialect fer net, literarily, a clean iron, from the hot metal rod once used to mix the ingredients together. And it is, in fact,  in Milan that Fernet acquired its fame, thanks to producer Bernardino Branca who, more than 150 years ago, started producing the famous amaro. Fernet is best consumed after a meal, to help digestion, but can also be used as an addition to espresso coffee.