Braulio is a classic Italian Amaro created in 1875 by pharmacist Francesco Peloni. Braulio is rich and supple, initially delivering hints of fresh mint and spiced flavors complementing the chamomile before warming and letting the bittersweet complexities take the reins. It has a clean finish with an extended aftertaste of tea leaf and honey. Braulio's complex taste comes from a proprietary blend of herbs and botanicals. Only four are made public: gentian, juniper, wormwood, and yarrow. The liquid is rested in Slovenian oak before being bottled.
Braulio is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks.
• 2017 - Silver Medal, San Francisco World Spirits Awards