Amaro di Arancia e Carciofino Selvatico Dell’Etna - Amacardo Sicily
The Amaro di Arancia e Carciofino Selvatico Dell’Etna from Amacardo Sicily is produced in Santa Venerina on the eastcoast of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna in Sicily’s oldest distillery.
The wild artichoke or “cardoon” (Cynara Cardunculus Sylvestris) also referred to as the “artichoke of Etna” grows on its own in hilly areas in the volcanic soil. It is recognized for its extraordinary health virtues being rich in antioxidants, substances to keep the intestinal flora in equilibrium and is naturally purifying. For over half of the last century and appreciated since ancient times, the wild artichoke continues to be a presence on the tables of southern Italians, and to this day, it is considered a delicacy in Mediterranean cuisine.
The red orange peel comes from top quality red oranges grown in the groves on the slopes of the volcano.
Following the harvest the aromas were extracted naturally from the plants and the orange peel and blended with the other ingredients to make the final herb liqueur, having a beautiful taste that will surprise positively.
- Wine style
- Bitter-sweet amber Herb Liqueur
- Aromatic, full, intense
- Sweet, enveloping, persistent
- Pairs with
- Serve ice-cold with ice
- 30% vol.
- 0,50 l
- Alcohol, sugar, infused cardoon (Cynara Cardunculus Silvestris), infused red orange peel, natural flavourings.
- Amacardo Sicily
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