The word from Anders on Ramazzotti Amaro:
A medium bodied amaro. For me, Ramazzotti is like drinking an adult cola.
Ramazzotti Amaro is featured in Anders Erickson episodes:
A 200+ year old amaro still made with the same secret recipe that has never been revealed.
Whether you've been hip to amari for a while now, or if you're just starting down this particular delicious path, this is a bottle that's well worth your time for its perfectly intense, harmonious flavor.
Although it appears dark, inky and sinister in the glass, this amaro is on the sweet and gentle side. Think ripe plums, dark berries and cola, with a pleasingly spiced finish and just the faintest bitter edge. - Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast
750ml & 60 Proof
|Tasting Notes||Aromas of berry, root beer, spicy with orange. Bitter and sweet in equal measure on the palate, red fruits, citrus, espresso, nuts and spices, black licorice. Herbal bitterness and a hint of ginger on the finish.|
Ways to Enjoy
Classic: Sip straight up or with a splash of soda
Unexpected: The Manhattan Transfer: stir rye, dry vermouth, and Ramazzotti with a few dashes of Angostura bitters
94 points - Wine Enthusiast
|Production Notes||Ingredients are carefully selected to ensure quality and consistency. Mediterranean orange peels are distilled, while the other botanicals undergo extraction to ensure that the best aromatic components are present, key to providing Ramazzotti its distinctive and delicious flavor.|
|Founder Facts||Ausano Ramazzotti created the Amaro formula in his small laboratory in Milan in 1815. The recipe is still secret today, but it has an exquisite blend of 33 aromatic herbs & roots, unchanged over 2 centuries, with no coloring or artificial additives.|
Please drink responsibly.
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