Braulio Amaro Alpino Bormio is a Lombardian Amaro first created in Bormio in 1875 by a pharmacist named Francesco Peloni, who specialized in the field of medicinal aromatic herbs. It is made with thirteen herbs sourced from the Valtellina mountain region, including gentian, juniper, peppermint, star anise, wormwood, bitter orange, and yarrow. After being infused with alcohol, it is then matured in Slavonian oak for two years. This is the only Amaro in the word to do so.
Alcohol content: 21%
Production zone: Lombardi, Italy
Produced By: Peloni
Braulio Amaro Alpino Bormio is paired well with soft biscuits and is a fantastic addition to cocktails.