Taberna dos Anoes Hidromel – Reserva De Odin (14%)

Hidromel means mead in portugal, so it’s honey wine made by honey, water, some herbs and yeast. It’s traditional alcohol drink which can also be completed in nature by itself, if there are flower honey, water and enough warm temperature. During the age of Vikings honey wine was popular and it…

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Luxardo Aperitivo (11%)

Aperativo is Luxardo’s counter-traction to Aperol, enormously popular italian bitter aperative. Aperative Luxardo is made by different herb infusions, roots and citrus fruits. Alcohol volume is same than for Aperol, 11%. Luxardo is more popular from their Maraschino liqueur, which they published at end of 19th century and is well known…

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Garrone Bitter (21%)

Producer: Cantina Vallebelbo, ItalyPrice: 100cl bottle 9.39€ (AlcoShop, Latvia) Garrone's story begings at 1991, when a businessmen from Torino wanted to create his own vermouth. It's nowadays available wildly on east-Europe and some Asian countries. Compared to Campari Garrone feels more sweet, even there is same sugar content (250g per liter).…

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Lillet Blanc (17%)

Lillet Blanc is produced by La Maison Frères Lillet. It's established by Lillet brothers at 1872 on Bordeaux parish. Kina Lillet was established 15 years later. It was invented due to Louis Pasteur experiments, when he found that quinine has strong affect of malaria prevention. Lillet quinine wine was a special…

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Campari Bitter (25%)

Campari is well-known Italian bitter-aperative. It's famous for it's red colour, which was originally done by carmine colour. The known ingredients of Campari are only two, alcohol and water, otherwise the recipe is secret, known only by three people. Anyway there are different herbs, roots and infuced fruits been used. Different…

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Aperol (11%)

Aperol is an Italian aperative, which contain both sweet and bitter orange, rhubarb, few herbs and roots. It's very low alcohol as a bitter, just 11%. Aperol have same amount of sugar than Campari (250g/litre) but as it's much less bitter it taste much sweeter. Aperol was invented at 1919 in…

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