Rossi D'Angera Bitter Liqueur
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Rossi D'Angera Bitter Liqueur

Item # 37801 750mL
$26.96/ Single Bottle
$323.52/ Case of 12
ABV
25.00%
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Tasting Notes

Bitter is the new black in the drinks world and this is your perfect all in one bottle. Made at the historic family run distillery in the stunning lakeside hills of Angera, expect quality and consistency and perfect cocktails.


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Staff Pick Notes

Bitters were born as medicines and evolved into alcoholic drinks in the middle of 19th century. They can be drunk on their own or in a cocktail, and are supposed to be used before a meal to stimulate the appetite. They originate in Venice, a city that traditionally traded spices from the east. It is now a very common drink found all over Italy. Rossi d'Angera Bitter has been around for about one hundred years and the recipe used is still the same: the same herbs, spices, and roots are used. I find this drink particularly fresh on the palate. The flavors of the ingredients are noticeable: herbal notes, spices, and citrus linger on the palate and, after one sip, you want another. Try it alone with an ice cube and a slice of orange!

- AFR

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