Braulio Amaro originated in Bormio, Valtellina in 1875, thanks to the skilful expertise and the clever research of Francesco Peloni, a pharmacist with a deep knowledge in the field of medicinal aromatic herbs.
Braulio is obtained by the infusion of plants, roots, and aromatic alpine herbs and a two-year aging process in sessile oak-barrels. Braulio's name comes from Mount Braulio which overlooks the marvelous area.
Braulio has a very robust and intense taste of herbs and essential oils, followed by classic notes of wood and roots, finished with pleasant bitterness. The flavor is characterized by yarrow, juniper berries, wormwood, and gentian root. It is rested in Slavonian oak barrels to create a balance of flavors and an unmatched bouquet of aromas. Enjoy this amaro served straight with or without ice after a meal. (from Braulio)
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