The Herbs Rosolio  

 Mostly used as an after-dinner drink or as an aperitif, the herbed rosolio are usually made with an higher alcohol content so that it can be kept for a longer period to allow the rosolio to age, the flavors to blend and the aroma to develop.
Herbs infusions are made with a combination of herbs, flowers and spices.
Herbed rosolio is made using bay leaf, basil, parsley, sage, rosemary, mint, fennel, absinthe, sundew, artichoke leafs, chamomile, thyme, savory, tartowelon, and most of the time in combination with spices like the vanilla bean, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, mace, ginger, coriander, fennel seed, juniper, saffron.
Any other preferred spice or flavor can be added to give your personal touch to the rosolio and enhance its taste.



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My Mother’s Rosolio 


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Bitter- Amaro