Beer & Spirits
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Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. It is made from a secret blend of 40 botanicals, including vanilla, orange peels and eucalyptus.
It\'s known as a digestif or after-dinner liquor for its ability to settle the stomach even after a very abundant meal.
A thrilling vermouth, rich in sensations: among the herbs and the aromatizing spices, Artemisia and citrus are the protagonists with their balanced bitter and citrusy notes which characterize Cocchi style.
A rich taste with vibrant notes of cocoa and bitter orange. From the infusion of some noble and balsamic woods, we have in the end light aromas of camphor and rosemary notes. Among the minor ingredients, herbs and woods with unique perfumes such as sandal, musk, myrrh and nutmeg.
Delicious when pure on ice and a small lemon zest, but also an essential base for the creation of the most classic cocktails from Negroni to Manhattan.
Grappa Po\' di Poli Morbida Moscato is prepared through artisanal methods, in small lots with a discontinuous bain-marie still. It has a citrus fruit and orange flowers aroma and the taste is mellow and rich.
A rare speciality, unique for its bouquet and produced in limited quantity with wise craftsmanship and available in precious numbered bottles of blown glass, from the inventors of Vermouth, Carpano.
A reproduction of a vermouth recipe from Benedetto Carpano dating from 1780s. Presented in a hand-blown individually numbered bottle. This was the first vermouth used to make the forerunner to the classic martini, The Martinez, mixed with Bokma Genever, which was the first gin to hit prohibition in New York. The bottle, fitted with a cork, is packed as a precious package. Have it cold also delicious at the end of a meal in combination with sweet pastries.
This is the star product of the Branca family and company! Fernet Branca bitter is still made with the same unique formula with over 30 different roots and herbs, including gentian, camomile, saffron and rhubarb.
A famous Italian Bitter founded in Milan by the noble Branca di Romanico family in 1845. Fernet Branca is made from 30 different roots and herbs, and aged in Slovenian oak vats for one year. The production process is complex an involves numerous different types of macerations - indeed the distillery covers an entire city block and its labyrinth of rooms appear filled with maceration vessels, tanks and wooden vats of every shape, size and type. Best served as a shot, even if it is traditionally served over plenty of ice cubes with a slice of lemon or orange. The drink is so popular in Argentina that the family set up a distillery in Buenos Aires in 1935. The Argentina\'s Fernet Branca drink is mixed with seven parts of cola!
A refreshingly light, crisp beer. Ideal for Summer. Characterised by a fine head with a clear appearance and straw-like colour. An ideal accompaniment to full flavoured first courses and medium aged cheeses.
With its moderate carbonation, light body and moderate bitterness, it is easy to drink and versatile to pair with food. In particular, the fourth variety of hops enhances the hoppy taste and strengthens the head. The raw materials are water, barley malt, glucose syrup and hops. Poretti 4 Luppoli Originale has a medium alcohol volume (5.5% Vol); it should be served at a temperature of between 6-8 °C.