Country of origin: ITALY Alcohol content: 32% Alcohol by Volume
Amaro Ulrich was first made in 1854 to a recipe by Dr Domenico Ulrich. A revised version is now produced in Piedmont by the Marolo Distillery, who have years of experience in liqueur and spirit making. Amaro Ulrich contains 19 herbs, flowers, fruits, and roots, making it an effective and reinvigorating digestif.
Top note flavours among the various ingredients are wormwood, gentian and anise, and it is precisely the natural style of the formula that gives it its unique, unmistakable character. The entirely traditional method of production keeps the active and aromatic substances that typify the product unaltered.
Amaro Ulrich may be served straight or "on the rocks". It can also be used in a wide variety of cocktails.
Since 1977, Marolo has distilled the spirit of the land. Grappas made from the best Italian vineyards, valorizing the extraordinary varietal heritage of the Langhe, Monferrato and Roero, areas which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage.
Marolo represents the spirit of the land, the loyalty to its most noble vineyards and the transformation into a grappa that glorifies its natural characteristics. Distillation happens in bain marie discontinuous stills, one for white and another for red, in small batches over a long period of time so that the original flavours of the grapes can be experienced.