Amaro St. Hubertus

Amaro St. Hubertus

The original recipe dates from the end of 1800 and was refined in the early 1900. St. Hubertus is an intense but harmonious Amaro made with over 15 mountain herbs. A selection of the herbs: Licorice roots, Gentiana Acaulis flower, Gentiana root, Curcuma Zedoaria, Angelica seeds, Chinchona China Calissaia, Alpinia galanga roots

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BORDIGA 1888 Gin, Vermouth and Bitters, crafted in Northern Italy since 1888, with herbs from an uncontaminated territory in the South Western Maritime Alps, where the mountain and the marine enviro...BORDIGA 1888 Gin, Vermouth and Bitters, crafted in Northern Italy since 1888, with herbs from an uncontaminated territory in the South Western Maritime Alps, where the mountain and the marine environments meet each other. This environment makes the botanicals grown here rich of essential oils and fragrances. The Bordiga master distillers select the herbs that manual collectors deliver at the distillery, an old tradidtion and a culture passing on through generations. Bordiga's hearth is an old copper pot distiller of 1888, which is still used for the production of the finest distillates. From over 130 years this precious tool is giving heat an purity to the destillates. More

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