Elisir Novasalus Amaro (750ml)

SKU #1179479

From Hope Ewing at PunchDrink.com: "Newest on the scene, imported from the Dolomite mountain region of Italy by Haus Alpenz since late 2014, is the Elisir Novasalus Vino Amaro from Cappelletti. This amaro—unique even for its place of origin—starts when dry marsala wine is fortified and aromatized with a long list of plants from the surrounding high Alps and flavored with pine sap from Sicily. What comes across is a somewhat confounding salty, pine-y bitterness that sticks in the throat—something of the final frontier for tree spirits."

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Italy

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