Amaro Montenegro Di Bologna 750ml

SKU #1035869 97 points Wine Enthusiast

 One of the lightest and gentlest amari, this amber spirit delicately mixes sarsaparilla-like herbal notes and honey sweetness with just the right bitter edge. Mix it into cocktails—mixologists love this amaro—or sip it as a delightful digestif.  (4/ 2014)

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Amaro Montenegro is an Italian bitter herbal liqueur first concocted in 1885. The marvelous and unique combination of ingredients from all over the world process make Amaro Montenegro the classic product that D'Annunzio called "liqueur of the virtues". It can be enjoyed straight, with seltzer and lemon rind, or hot, as well as in various combinations in modern cocktails.

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By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 8/18/2014  | Send Email
One of my favorite Amaros! if you are new to the category I suggest you start with this one, not too bitter, not too sweet, and a great way to end a wonderful filling meal.

By: Leah Greenstein |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 7/14/2014  | Send Email
This is one of the most popular Amari in Italy. Packed with notes of nutmeg and bitter orange, it's very pretty and soft on the palate. It has a creamy, not-too-bitter creamsicle character. Medium-sweet.

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