Amara Amaro d'Arancia Rossa (750ml)

SKU #1218647

The Amara Amaro d'Arancia Rossa is instantly the best amaro we have in stock, bringing new life to a category that was just begin to get a bit saturated. Made in Sicily from blood oranges grown near the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna, it's a citrus-dominated liqueur with only a slight bitterness that marries well with hints of baking spice. The finish is like the purest expression of citrus peel I've ever tasted in a spirit, giving the Amara a versatility that is simply off the charts. You can sip it after dinner as a digestivo, add soda water to make a spritz, mix it into a Negroni, or simply pour it over ice. No matter how you drink it, you're going to love it. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm willing to bet you could use this instead of Grand Marnier in a Margarita.

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Price: $34.99

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By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/19/2015 | Send Email
WOW! is the first thing that comes to mind when I taste this. Amara is a more feminine approach to an Amaro that is the philosophy of the producer of this unique concoction. From the slopes of Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe, there is acres of citrus groves, pride of the ancient tradition. Only in this area because of the nature of the terrain and the strong temperature grow the famous Red Oranges of Sicily. This is made with those blood oranges and herbs and has nice viscosity and incredible aftertaste. This just came in & I have been anticipating its arrival for quite some time and I will be enjoying straight over ice or as a Spritz with orange rind, as well as in various combinations in modern cocktails. TWO thumbs up from Guido ( Mike Parres)

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