Hypatia Rubi Amaro
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From Francis Ford Coppola's Great Women Spirits line. Hypatia was a renowned teacher of philosophy in 4th century Egypt, but her lessons conflicted with the rise of Christianity. Blamed for inciting leaders who favored the ancient wisdoms over religious rule, Hypatia was beaten to death and her works were burned. This inspiring mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher is honored with a liqueur crafted from classic bitters of herbs, flowers, roots, and citrus peels, distilled with pure spring water from their Napa Valley Estate, and made from an 1800s formulation, still colored by carmine red.
Bitter blood orange peel entry, lemon verbena floral lift, maraschino cherry, orange black tea spice, savory mushroom and toasted walnut weight filling out the mouth, crisp red endive and woody grape stalk finish. Containing, among other secret ingredients, wormwood, gentian, bitter orange peels, cochineal beetle, and pinot noir stems.