Meletti 1870 Bitter Liqueur (750ml) (Previously $24)

SKU #1268019

The Silvio Meletti Company was born in 1870 thanks to the laboriousness and invention of its founder: Silvio Meletti. Today it's one of the few well-known Italian liqueur companies that's still family run. The 1870 bitter liqueur is a Campari-like substitute that pays homage to the family's heritage of production. It's a red colored delight that tastes just a tad more bitter and a touch less sweet than the more widely-drunk Campari. Try it as an alternative in your next Negroni or Americano!

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Alcohol Content (%): 25