Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto
|Article:||Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto|
|Characteristics:||In Italy produced made of Italian raw materials: Roman camomile from Lazio, cedars from Sicily, lavender, gentian and yellow roses from northern Italy and not least bergamots from Calabria.|
|Taste:||Intensive flavours of bergamot, lavender and cedars.|
|Drink recommendation:||Over ice or with prosecco, as a long drink in a Craftbeer or in a refreshing vodka & soda.|
1 Part Italicus
1 Part Prosecco
A lot of ice and green olives.
A memory of Italy: The colour of the bottle reflects the Blue Grotto on the island of Capri and the clear sea at the Amalfi coast. The 20 curves stand for the 20 regions of Italy and the black-and-white sample of corking for the many Gothic buildings of the wonderful country.
|Country of origin:||Italy|
|Address:||Via Montegrappa 37, Moncalieri (To), Italy|
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