Amaro d'Udine Red
The tale of Udine's herbal liqueur is a journey through time, dating all the way back to the 1400s when it was first concocted by local monks. Fast forward to 1846, and the Colutta family took the reins, preserving this tradition for well over a century. In 2010, they introduced the Amaro d'Udine Red, adding a warm and welcoming twist to the mix. This modern iteration boasts strong notes of Gentian and licorice sticks, accompanied by a bold bitterness that's beautifully offset by a subtle, honeyed sweetness and hints of refreshing mint leaves. It's a story of taste and tradition, inviting you to savor every sip.