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AMARO

Ramazzotti AMARO

Tasting Notes

A sweet and gentle Amaro with notes of ripe plums, dark berries and cola, and a pleasingly spiced finish with just the faintest bitter edge.

Varieties

33 different aromatic plants and fruits, including star anise, cardamom, bitter oranges from Curaçao and sweet Sicilian oranges, whose flavor is the most prominent.

Technical Notes

The producers work only with hand peeled orange zests from experts artisans. The highest quality botanicals are collected from around the world and are kept as fresh as possible – they are then dosed, extracted, pulverized and distilled, to give the best of their properties.

Food Pairing

Sip straight up as a digestif or aperitif on the rocks, with a twist of lemon peel, or lightened with a splash of club soda. It’s also gaining popularity as an addition to cocktails with its balance of bitter and sweet.

Did you know fact

In 1815 Ausano Ramazzotti created a tonic and strengthening drink by blending gentian, cinchona, rhubarb, cinnamon, oregano, and sweet orange from Sicily. He created the formula in his small Milan laboratory. The sweet, plant-based liqueur, proved an immediate success and has since been the #1 Amaro in the world. The recipe contains neither coloring nor artificial additives and is still secret today, still with its perfect balance of sweet and bitter, derived from 33 different aromatic plants and fruits. The vintage Ramazzotti advertisements dating back the 1930s have become a collectors item around the world.

Awards
94

Vintage - 2000

Cocktails

Tuscan Iced Tea

2 oz Ramazzotti Amaro
6 oz Pelligrino Lemone Soda


Serve on Ice and garnish with lemon and mint.

Italian Mule

1 oz Ramazzotti Amaro
2 oz Tequila
4 oz Ginger Beer
1 dash of Mole Bitters

Bang The Drum

1oz of Felipe II Brandy
1oz Ramazzotti Amaro
.5 oz Spiced Syrup


Serve on the rocks with a lemon and orange twist.

The Brindle

1 oz Ramazzotti Amaro
2 oz Aromatic Botanical Gin
6 oz Tonic
2 drops of Rhubarb bitters


Garnish with lime and a strawberry.