St. Agrestis New York Amaro
Intense baking spice followed by a high note of mint and green herbs then gives way to sarsaparilla root, all in perfect harmony with the bitterness of gentian root.
From Francis Ford Coppola's Great Women Spirits line. Hypatia was a renowned teacher of philosophy in 4th century Egypt, but her lessons conflicted...View full details
Based on the secret recipe of four medieval thieves. They were caught stealing from plague victims in Marseille. In exchange for clemency, they rev...View full details
A bittersweet aperitivo infused with 13 botanicals including orange, chamomile, rose buds, rose hips and rhubarb root. Perfect mixed with soda wate...View full details
Founded in Venice and still at home there, where it holds its own against Aperol as a base for the classic Venetian Spritz (some claim that it was,...View full details
There’s no blueprint for making a bitter aperitivo, for their Inferno Bitter St. Agrestis uses three macerations: a bitter maceration, a floral mac...View full details