Amarono di Torino
In the mid-19th century, with the advent of the modern pharmacopoeia, the classic “medicinal” Amaro gradually abandoned its original curative function. It went from being a drug or “elixir” to an alcoholic beverage for drinking enjoyment, at the time jokingly referred to as the “medicine of healthy men”. The recipe from which the Doragrossa Amaro di Torino is inspired brings you the characteristic aromas of the products of that time.
This delicate alpine-style Amaro is invigorating and digestive. It expresses the powerful character of rhubarb and gentian, the balsamic notes of juniper and, on the finish, the delicious freshness of wild fennel and liquorice.
Main herbs and spices: pink rhubarb root, juniper, gentian, wild fennel, liquorice.
“The origin of the Italian art of Liquoristica.”