This is a land where the art of mixing natural ingredients and “running the still” has always been synonymous with employment, tradition and culture, an important local heritage that, through Doragrossa, we wish to have the world discover and appreciate.
Our liqueurs are crafted from traditional old recipes, rediscovered and reworked in a quest to find the most captivating aromas and flavours. .
Later, from the 18th century onwards, and thanks also to the presence of the Royal Court, new precious ingredients from the Indies, Africa and the Americas began to arrive in the city and the streets of the capital of the Kingdom of Savoy were infused with aromas of vanilla, cinnamon, liquorice, cloves and other spices.
Early 19th-century Turin was home to an incredible concentration of wine, liqueur and spirit producers. The large number of taverns that existed at the time points to the presence of a flourishing trade in beverages destined for the working classes, as well as the aristocracy, military and bourgeoisie.