At the beginning of the 19th century, a young entrepreneur and aspiring herbalist, Ausano Ramazzotti created a blend of 33 spices, herbs, flowers and fruits. The first bottles of Amaro Ramazzotti began to appear everywhere in bars and lounges, as the perfect company to the favorite reading of the time: La Gazzetta di Milano. Amaro Ramazzotti soon became Milan’s favorite bitter liqueur. Suitable to be drunk at any time of the day with coffee or as an aperitif or digestive, it perfectly represents that Milanese epoque, the symbol of a new Italian lifestyle. 

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