Braulio Amaro Alpino

SKU #237092

This is something that takes some explaining. Braulio is an Amaro or Digestivo or Bitter as they are commonly known here. This Braulio however is one of the few bitters that are wine based instead of spirit based. It spends a year and a half in the barrel and is the essence of Alpine flowers and herbs. Bitter yes but also balanced with some sweetness and a superb long finish. This is for the end of the meal a positive medicinal effect on your digestion will occur after drinking the Braulio. A bottle will last for years.

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By: Steve Greer |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 1/23/2014  | Send Email
Well I loved this! Averna owns this brand but it's nothing like Averna. Very bitter, with more Chinese herbs and dried berries--and a floral note. The best part is that the overt bitterness is tamed by a bit more sweetness...

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