Based on Chinese medicine, this rich Amaro is infused with rhubarb rootstock, cardamom seeds, China fruit, bitter orange peel and other herbs. Its delicate, bittersweet flavors are joined by a hint of smoke on the finish.
Rabarbaro Zucca Amaro
Created in 1845 by Ettore Zucca, this rabarbaro (rhubarb) Amaro liqueur was a symbol of sophistication in Milan. King Vittorio Emanuele insisted that it be served in the royal court, and many fine restaurants began serving it as well. It even lent its name to Zucca in Galleria, a famous cafe in Milan that was frequented by noted composers and artists.
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