Kina Karo Blanc Quinquina Aperitif
The history of Kina Karo begins in the South of France, at the end of the 1920s. Quinquina aperitifs were then very popular, due to their many properties, both medical and festive. So in 1928, in his small village of Fabrezan, André Carreau in turn decided to take an interest in the virtues of this tree bark, which came straight from South America. After many attempts, he succeeded in combining Cinchona with a clever blend of spices and plants, and gave birth to the Kina Karo sachets. Today, almost a century later, Aurélien Carrelas has the opportunity to relaunch this aperitif.
The aperitif is composed of 13 aromatic plants and barks, including Bitter Orange, Red Cinchona, Cinnamon, and Rose. Enjoy on its own on the rocks with a slice of lemon, or in any number of cocktails that call for quinquina. Bottled at 16% abv.