Galliano L’Aperitivo is a bitter, or in Italian ‘Amaro’. The unique recipe of Galliano L’Aperitivo includes many extracts and infusions of Mediterranean citruses such as oranges, bergamots, bitter oranges, chinotto, tangerines and grapefruits. This fresh blend of fruits makes Galliano L’Aperitivo stand out in freshness. The L’Aperitivo recipe includes a subtle addition of the heart of Galliano L’Autentico, including Mediterranean anise, juniper, cardamom, sandalwood, sage, lavender, peppermint, cinnamon and vanilla. This dash of the classic Galliano gives Galliano L’Aperitivo its rich, subtle and herbal aroma. The ingredients of L’Aperitivo are macerated and rested at least two weeks to obtain the ultimate flavour composition of fruits, plants and herbs.
Starting off fresh with Mediterranean citrus notes, combined with subtle herbal notes. Galliano L’Aperitivo has a long, gentle, yet bittersweet finish.
The Galliano L’Aperitivo got 94 points from Wine Enthousiast and is therefore the highest rated Aperitivo liqueur in the USA market. PROOF awards earning a perfect 100-point score. Crowned Century Award winner.
Appearance: Clear, crimson red. Aroma: Orange and pink grapefruit zests, orange sherbet, cherry, black pepper, quinine and vanilla with faint rose blossom. Taste: Well-balanced bittersweetness with orange and grapefruit zestiness, feisty black pepper spice, vanilla and faint rose water. Aftertaste: More black pepper spice in the long, bitter, zesty finish with rich but subtle cherry and rose. Overall: A tad lighter in body than Campari with a touch more bitterness on the palate. Perhaps not as herbal as Campari but with attractive citrus, floral rose and orange blossom notes.