Amaro Bilaro 750ml

SKU #1274174

As the amaro renaissance continues to heat up, we're now seeing some local California players enter the market with fantastic results. Amaro Bilaro is made in Sebastopol from a locally-distilled grape base and thirteen different herbs and botanicals by a husband and wife team based in Sonoma. Some of those herbs are grown right in their own backyard, while others like gentian are sourced. The result is a strikingly savory amaro that definitely brings more of the bitter than the sweet side of the spirit. Myrrh, bitter orange, cinnamon, and as well as mint and rosemary combine into a fantastic harmony that's all California, while remaining Italian at heart.

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Price: $44.99
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Alcohol Content (%): 40