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Made in 1815 in Milan by a pharmacist, the Ramazzotti can claim the title of oldest Italian bitter. Its recipe, which is kept secret, is an alliance of 33 aromatic plants and roots. Dark amber in colour, Ramazzotti is particularly recognisable for its subtle flavours of sweet oranges from Sicily and bitter oranges from Curaçao, star anise, cardamom and cinnamon.
Although traditionally served as a digestive, Ramazzotti can also be drunk as an aperitif. It is usually enjoyed dry or on ice with a slice of lemon or orange, but can also be mixed with sparkling water or used as a base for a cocktail.
Description of Ramazzotti
- Color: Deep amber bronze.
- Flavour: The most distinctive aromas are sweet Sicilian orange, bitter orange Curacao, star anise and cardamom.
- Taste: The taste is bittersweet, complex with berries, citrus, coffee, black chocolate, licorice, nuts and spices.
PRODUCER: Pernod Ricard
PRODUCTION DETAILS: It is made from 33 different herbs and aromatic roots, among which are rhubarb, ginseng, cinnamon, oregano, sweet orange and bitter Sicilian island Curacao and vanilla.
Ramazzotti is one of the most famous Italian liquor brands in the world. Since 1985, Ramazzotti has been part of the portfolio of the French group Pernod Ricard.More about the Producer