Liquors from Abruzzi are very popular, among them Aurum, Centerba, Ratafia, Nocino, Genziana, Grappa, Saffron liqueur.
According to Abruzzese tradition, this precious rosolio (a typical Italian liqueur) was drunk in the notary upon the closing of contracts. Learn More
The bittersweet taste of this alcoholic blend of gentian roots, well known for their properties, renders this fine beverage particularly original and pleasant. Learn More
Centerba Toro is produced by the expert selection of wild aromatic herbs, well-known to herbalists, from Mount Maiella, and fine spices, all subjected to long infusion in special containers. Learn More
It is a very special “grappa” of Montepulciano, made from the distillation of fresh marc and rich of must from which produced the special wine doc Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Learn More
And "Dulcis in Fundo" the famous saffron liqueur.
Natural alcoholic beverage, made with rare and pristine herbal extracts including the predominant and unmistakable flavor of saffron. Excellent as eupeptic, invigorating and like a simple refreshing beverage.
Just like it you can drink it during all year, in the winter time to combat cold with a cup of mulled wine and in summer time you can create a lot of cocktails, and if you want with a magnificient ice-cream.
The name of this Rosolio is ZAFF 99.
"Mishticott" is a speciality of ancient origin with a cariety of uses: it is execellent in cakes, granitas and drinks and as a salad dressing. Learn More
"Mostocotto" is a traditoinal products, typical of Abruzzo.
In ancient Rome, mostocotto was used to both sweeten and enhance the flavour of foods. It was also blended with water resulting in a thirst quencing beverage. Learn More
Ratafià Praesidium is a liqueur made by brewing Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Praesidium wine and cherries, part of them found locally, near the Praesidium vineyards. Ratafià is regarded as a traditional home cooked product, typical of the Abruzzo region of Italy. Learn More