Amaro Marzadro is inspired by ancient recipes for herbal liqueurs from Trentino tradition. Starting in the 1950s, Attilio and Sabina Marzadro gathered plants and herbs with which to aromatise their spirits on Monte Baldo, at 2218 metres above sea level. In the same way, today, alpine rhubarb, great yellow gentian, white bryony, chamomile, fennel, St. Benedict’s thistle, goat’s rue and different varieties of yarrow are picked by hand and then undergo cold maceration for a period ranging from 20 to 30 days. Its red colour is caused by the rhubarb, which gives the liqueur a taste that is bitter and cool at the same time.
Bouquet: aromatic, herbaceous
Structure: bitter, fresh