Braulio Amaro Alpino 1L

Article number: 13415
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Where it’s from: Bormio, Lombardy, Italy
What’s in it: Gentian, juniper, wormwood, yarrow
ABV: 21 percent
Created in 1875 by chemist Francesco Peloni in Bormio, in the Italian Alps, Braulio is one of the best examples of an amaro that reveals its terroir with every sip. It shares only four key ingredients, but its highly aromatic profile is awash with pine, spearmint and chamomile with warming spices and a floral bitterness. Or, as Max Sherman describes it: “my favorite after-dinner mint.”
Try it in: Alpine Spritz, Nico

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