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Amaro Tosolini - Bepi Tosolini

Bepi Tosolini

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  • Distillery: Bepi Tosolini

  • Origin: Friuli Venezia Giulia - Italy

  • Serving temperature : 6-8 ° C

  • Alcohol volume : 30%

  • Format : 0.70 L

  • Moment to taste it: After dinner

  • BlowUp Rating: 9/10



    Description

    The Amaro Tosolini from the Bepi Tosolini distillery is a refined l iquore obtained from a blend of 15 Mediterranean herbs such as: Angelica , bitter orange , gentian , star anise , cloves , marine wormwood , lemon balm , mint , ginger , glasswort , lemon , sea fennel , rosemary , rhubarb and calamus . It is recommended to serve it chilled, it is also perfect for the preparation of cocktails. A bitter product without the addition of dyes, preservatives and flavors.

    Tasting notes


    This Amaro Tosolini has a brown color with orange reflections. The nose has rich and complex hints while in the mouth it is balanced with an aromatic flavor . The bitter orange aftertaste closes on a final of spicy and sweet Mediterranean notes.

    Processing


    After distillation , which takes place in traditional botanical stills with pure water from the Alps , Amaro Tosolini matures in ash vats .

    The distillery


    The distillery was founded in 1943 when Bepi Tosolini decided to create a different grappa intended for an elegant and refined public. The secret of its products of absolute quality lies in the decision to use steam stills, built by Tosolini himself in order to keep intact the aromas and fragrances of the marc or grapes . The raw materials used by the company come mainly from the DOC areas of Collio, Colli Orientali and Grave del Friuli. In addition, Tosolini decides to replace the refinements in oak with ash barrels in order to obtain clear and transparent grappas, enhancing even more the aromas. With these procedures still used today by the distillery, unique distillates are produced as per tradition .