Inspired by a recipe dating back to the times of prohibition, the Bitter Clandestino is a unique and versatile product, without dyes, preservatives or artificial flavors. Handcrafted in small batches, through the natural maceration of selected botanicals in pure alcohol of cereals and spring water, to create a balanced fusion of bitter and sweet notes.
Pure alcohol at 95 degrees is obtained from the distillation of sugar. It is a substance with rather versatile properties and is also suitable for food use for the creation of spirits and spirits. It can be diluted with water to reach the desired level.
The aperitif par excellence. The taste, uniqueness, identity and "Red passion" have always been the symbol of a myth. Campari was born from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants, fruit in alcohol and water. Campari is an icon of passion, intended as the fruit of seduction, sensuality and transgression and a symbol of Italian excellence in the world.Gradation 25%
Lively and memorable flavor. Born from the Veneto vines Glera, it ensures a delicate persistence on the palate, fruit of the light aromaticity that characterizes this particular vine, kept intact by sparkling in autoclave with the method invented by Federico Martinotti.Gradation 11.5%
Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color, it has an unmistakable sweet-bitter taste, thanks to a very secret and never varied recipe, which includes infusions of precious raw materials, herbs and roots in perfect harmony.Gradation 11%
It is light and refreshing with a touch of the unique melon. Do not let be discouraged by the word "liqueur", as this is not like a traditional liqueur after dinner. There is a lot more of this in the Midori - it is extremely versatile and can be found in many fruit cocktails, as well as mixed with another mixer simply as a long drink.