Amara is a Sicilian company that produces artisanal amaros using traditional methods and local ingredients. Their story starts thanks to Edoardo Strano, who when he receives a citrus grove from his grandfather decides to use the local oranges for the production of artisan bitters. Their amaros are made with a blend of herbs, roots and fruits grown in the island’s fertile soil and are produced in small batches to ensure the highest quality.
Their lineup of amaros includes classic flavors like bitter orange, as well as more unique and experimental creations like thigh pear, mandarin, primofiore lemon, and tarocco orange, to name a few. Each Amara amaro has its own unique flavor profile, making it perfect for sipping neat, over ice, or in a cocktail.
Amara is committed to using sustainable and organic farming practices and is dedicated to safeguarding the island’s rich gastronomic heritage. Their amaros are a true representation of the island’s vibrant culture and unique terroir. Whether you’re a cocktail aficionado or simply looking for a new and exciting way to enjoy an aperitif, Amara’s handcrafted bitters won’t disappoint.
It involves the use of fresh lemons, hand-picked in February and carefully selected. Subsequently, the lemon peels are left to infuse for a few weeks in a mixture of alcohol and water, to allow the essential oils and typical aromas of the fruit to be released. Once the infusion has reached the right intensity, the sugar syrup is added, which helps create the balance between sweetness and bitterness that characterizes this liqueur.
Bright and transparent yellow colour. Its intense and fruity aroma reveals notes of fresh lemon, which blend elegantly with nuances of Mediterranean herbs. On the palate, the sweet and intense flavor of lemon can be appreciated, which is perfectly balanced by the bitterness present in the liqueur. The taste is balanced, complex and persistent, leaving a pleasant sensation of freshness in the mouth.
Perfect as a digestive or after-dinner, served iced (recommended temperature -5°C), it can also be used in mixology, as a gift, to make a good impression at a dinner with friends.