Made using more than 30 different aromatic herbs, from liquorice to rhubarb, from thyme to marjoram, Amaro is an herbal liqueur.
Developed by Italian monks in the 1700s, Amaro recipes were used as herbal medicines and tonics. It is extremely popular in Italy where it is common to serve it after a meal to help the digestion or after an espresso.
The artisan who made it
Under the current generation, the Liquorificio Morelli, originally called the Antica Grapperia Toscana, has been going from strength to strength, producing liqueurs and spirits of the highest quality. The credo of this Tuscan distillery is the belief in using only the best natural ingredients for its products and using the family recipes they have used for centuries that have resulted in them winning a large number of awards. Liquorificio Morelli has a varied product range, spanning from Limoncino or Arancino to Grappa and Amaro.