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    Amaro Montenegro 23 Cl70

    Gruppo Montenegro

    Regular price €13,90

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    water, alcohol, sugar, natural flavors

    Alcohol: 23 °


    The Amaro Montenegro recipe involves the use of 40 aromatic herbs and a complex process of extraction and mixing that make the unique and inimitable product. To protect the recipe from imitations, the founder Stanislao Cobianchi chose to keep the original, transcribed in his own hand, in the safe.

    From the selection of the raw material, passing through the extraction, up to the "blending", is a long and complex path, the stages of which have been respected for generations. Even today, the ingredients, doses andmanufacturing processes are the same, jealously guarded in the company by very few people including the Master Herbalist, who is in charge of checking that each step is carried out in a workmanlike manner, in compliance with the original recipe transcribed by Stanislao Cobianchi.



    Bologna, in the bars under the arcades of the center, fantasizes about travel epic, flight and speed. The gaze broadens beyond the province; the discovery of exotic countries, new trade exchanges, the desire for freedom and progress. It is in this context that Amaro Montenegro was born, the realization of an ideal that its creator later matured having traveled and experienced with a spirit of adventure.

    Stanislao Cobianchi was born in 1862. A proud and passionate young alchemist, he distances himself from the religious education imposed on him by the family that wants him to be a priest and, following his instinct, he embarks, still a teenager, on a merchant ship in search of adventure. The discovery of unusual botanical specialties thunders him and, back in Italy, he decides to devote himself to the preparation of liqueurs and elixirs. In 1885, after 4 years of rigorous experiments, he formulated Amaro Montenegro and founded the "Cobianchi Stanislao Steam Distillery".

    The amaro was born in 1885 with the name of Elixir Lungavita and immediately received considerable recognition.
    Only eleven years later, on the occasion of the marriage of the charming Princess Elena of Montenegro to Prince Vittorio Emanuele III, Stanislao decides to dedicate his elixir to that royal figure, thus changing the name to Amaro Montenegro.