An intensely smokey aramo that plays very well with whiskey and rum cocktails or grapefruit and dark beer. The root of the Chinese rhubarb plant is the main bittering agent and the source of the woodsy smoke, hence it being called a Rabarbaro. Within the realm of amari, this is on the much dryer end.
The term Sfumato derives from the Italian word for smoke - ‘fumo’. It is traditionally associated with a style of Renaissance painting characterized by subtle transitions between areas of dark and light. This speaks directly to this amaro’s profile, which marries a dark smokiness with bitter woodsiness from alpine herbs and notes of sweet alpine berries. The main ingredient is a special Rabarbaro (rhubarb) variety that grows in Trentino Alto Adige and Veneto. Enjoy with tonic, grapefruit soda, or whiskey. - Haus Alpenz
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