The herbalist’s, Antica Erboristeria dott. Cappelletti, producer of bitters, liqueurs, and grappas, is not a novelty set up in response to the renewed interest in the preparation of herbs or the recent trend of ‘back to nature and genuine products’, but was in fact founded as far back as 1909.
The term Sfumato derives from the Italian word for smoke "fumo". It is traditionally associated with a style of Renaissance painting characterised by subtle transitions between areas of dark and light. This speaks directly to the profil of this amaro wich marries a dark smokiness with nuanced bitter woodsiness from alpine herbs and notes of sweet alpine berries.
Alcohol content: 20% vol.