Entry features the moderately bitter taste of orange peel and cardamom as they tango on one's tongue in a dance of seduction all the way through the midpalate and well into the aftertaste.
The quintessential after-dinner cordial, Amaro Abano originated in 1952. Amaro means "bitter," and Abano is an old Roman spa in the Veneto region that has been active for the last 200 years. The label depicts the spa around the year 1600. The herbs in this Amaro grow wild in the Euganean Hills and are infused along with cardamom, cinnamon and bitter orange peel. Amaro Abano is a medium bitter, extremely popular in Italy, and especially in the Veneto, drunk straight after a meal with or without ice to help digestion. Certified Kosher.
- SILVER MEDAL | WSWA Tasting Competition 2017
- 91 POINTS | Wine Enthusiast 2016
- DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, BEST LIQUEUR IN SHOW | New York World Wine & Spirits Competition 2012