- Aperol (Italy)9
Low-strength, bitter, and fruity, including rhubarb and orange. (Served on ice or with soda)
- Campari (Italy)10
Vibrant red, with bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit. (Served on ice or with soda)
- Cointreau (France)11
Orange flavored triple-sec liqueur.
- Grand Marnier (France)13
Blend of Cognac, distilled essence of orange, and sugar.
- Lazzaroni Amaretto (Italy)8
Traditional Italian tipple, made with amaretti biscuits.
- Pallini Limoncello (Italy)10
Fresh and zesty, using lemons from the Amalfi coast.
- Sambuca (Italy)8
Neutral spirit with aniseed and elderberries, with a licorice finish.
- St. George NOLA Coffee (France)11
Coffee taste with cane sugar, chicory root and vanilla.
- St. Germain (France)11
Bright and fragrant elderflower liqueur.
- Strega (Italy)11
Warmly herbaceous and sweet, with saffron, mint, and juniper.
An amaro, typically served after a meal to aid digestion, contains herbs, flowers, aromatic bark, citrus peel, and spices that are believed to have stomach-settling properties.
- Amaro Averna (Italy)9
Orangey, with 33 herbs, including gentian and cinnamon.
- Amaro Nonino (Italy)12
Grappa based, less sweet, less bitter, silky and light in texture.
- Cynar (Italy)9
Bittersweet, made from 13 herbs and plants, including artichoke.