Here comes another liquor created by the expert hands of Fermo Morniroli: the Amaro Valgrande.
The name comes from the Val Grande National Park, a protected natural area, within the borders of the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, in Piedmont. Established in 1992 (and then expanded in 1998) to preserve the largest wilderness area in the Alps and Italy. The large extension of the territory without human settlements, the harsh characteristics of the landscapes and the panorama offered by the Alps make the park a popular destination for lovers of nature and trekking.
The slow cold maceration of a selection of about twenty ingredients including herbs, roots, citrus fruits, and flowers help create the fantastic Amaro Valgrande.
It can be enjoyed smooth, with ice, as an ingredient in the preparation of excellent cocktails, but also hot as a punch to ensure that all the scents of the herbs that characterize it are tasted.