The history of what is now one of the leading liqueurs of the Italian tradition begins in 1885, when Stanislao Cobianchi decided to set up a small liqueur company against his family‘s wishes, who instead had steered him towards an ecclesiastical career.
At first, the production focused on a number of liqueurs, whose names have nowadays almost been forgotten, such as ratafià, alchermes, arquebuse, persico, old lady’s milk and rosolio liqueur.
The unique flavour of this Amaro needed a bottle just as unique: and there came the original lines and sinuous curves of its distinctive bottle, which have remained unchanged to the present day.
It is made using over 40 herbs, including vanilla and orange peels
The product notched up great success: in a few years Amaro Montenegro achieved a widespread diffusion and received numerous awards from international exhibitions and shows.
|Region Produced in||Bologna|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Country Produced in||Italia|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||22,78|