Tosolini Amaro Liqueur boasts a recipe that dates back to 1918, is made with 15 different herbs and spices, is aged in ash barrels for four months, and is finally brought down to proof with water from the Alps.
Wine Enthusiast – 91 points.
The nose is alive with cinnamon and root beer character, a surprisingly straightforward presentation. On the tongue, it’s as expected. More sweet than bitter, but plenty of the latter to go ’round. Hints of rhubarb, vanilla, and chocolate are easy to pick up, making Tosolini Amaro Liqueur a pleasant and easy-drinking digestif.