St. Agrestis Inferno Bitter Liqueur
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St. Agrestis Inferno Bitter Liqueur

Item # 40602 750mL
$34.96/ Single Bottle
$209.76/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

This dynamic Campari style bitter comes to us straight outta Brooklyn from one of this country's finer producers of traditional style Italian liqueurs,

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Staff Pick Notes

Are you looking to mix up your summertime cocktail making a bit, without staying too far from the fold? The fine Greenpointers at St. Agrestis have you covered and then some. Made in a style similar to a certain very well known Italian red bitter, this version offers a more nuanced, complex, and all natural version. Rich floral aromas, more citrus flavor, and a complex bitter profile make this concoction stand out in the current red tide. Whether you had an Inferno soda in mind, are spicing up your standard negroni, or are experimenting with your personal cocktail recipe, this delicious aperitivo brings the pain of eternal damnation that is so refreshing. As the broiling flames of summer in New York City swell all around us you will certainly be needing fine refreshment!

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