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Italië

Italicus

70cl

Italicus

25,90€
25,90€
Winkel: Urban Drinks NL Prijzen in andere winkels Geschatte levering: 1 - 3 dagen (weekdagen)
Verzendkosten: 9,90€

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Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto is een koninklijke drank. Dit aperitief is al meerdere keren in de prijzen gevallen en werd in 2016 gecreëerd door Giuseppe Gallo, een gerespecteerde drankkenner. Met Italicus herleeft Rosolio, een categorie van sterke dranken die in de vergetelheid was geraakt.

De harmonieuze compositie met de beste bergamot uit een door UNESCO beschermd gebied in Calabrië en andere Italiaanse botanische producten vormen de basis van dit eeuwenoude recept. Het design van de fles is een fusie van oude Romeinse vormen met een moderne touch.

De turqouise kleur en bloemige aroma's nemen je mee naar mediterrane sferen en de prachtige Amalfikust.

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Categorie:Likeuren en crèmes (Gedistilleerd)
Producent: Italicus
Inhoud: 70cl
Alcoholpercentage: 20%
Land: Italië

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Italicus

Producent: Italicus

categorie: Likeuren en crèmes

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- Italicus is lightly citrus on the nose with hints of rose and lavender.
- On the palate, fresh tones of ripe citrus fruits are balanced with a light bitter and floral spice before giving way to a complex and long lasting finish.
- Traditionally served with equal amounts of Italicus and Prosecco poured over ice in a large wine glass, and garnished with three green olives.
- The UK’s leading authority in Italian spirits, Giuseppe Gallo, has announced the launch of Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto in an exclusive portfolio of on-trade accounts. Capitalising on the worldwide trend of aperitivo, Giuseppe has selected London, Milan and New York City to lead the global revival of Rosolio with the launch of his brand new liquid, Italicus – a modern take on this forgotten category. Capturing the Italian spirit whilst remaining faithful to the historic origins of Rosolio, the original Italian aperitivo once enjoyed by the King of Savoy, Italicus has been in development for almost a year and is masterfully created using a recipe which dates back to the late 1800s.
- So popular was Rosolio in the 19th Century that each of Italy’s regions had their own distinctive variations - enjoyed as the aperitivo of the people. Championing the humble bergamot fruit, Italicus is produced at a family-owned distillery established in 1906 in Moncalieri, Torino. Bergamot from the UNESCO-protected area in the Calabrian region and cedro from Sicilia are infused in cold water to release their essential oils, in a time honoured process called Sfumatura, before being blended with Italian neutral grain spirit. A delicate combination of Roman chamomile from Lazio, lavender, gentian, yellow roses and melissa balm from Northern Italy are then macerated together for several days before being married with the bergamot and cedro essential oils to create the final liquid.
- Italicus founder Giuseppe Gallo comments, "This is an incredible moment in my career and I’m very pleased to share it with some of the best in the business, who I’m proud to call my friends. The launch of Italicus marks the end of a life-long ambition to bring back the Rosolio category which was first born during the renaissance with Caterina de Medici in Firenze. “Italicus is personal to me as I’ve introduced elements of my own family’s recipes that go back many generations. Over the past few years I have sourced some of the finest ingredients that my beloved Italy has to offer, including the unique taste of cedri from Sicilia and of course the wonderful bergamot from Calabria. “It has been my childhood dream to create the quintessential expression of what makes Italy the most remarkable and unforgettable country in the world for so many people, bottling the essence of La Bella Italia Rosolio means ‘the dew of the sun’ and Italicus is truly a sip of Italy, bringing a forgotten category back to the cocktail industry at long last.”
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Italicus Rosolio Di Bergamotto

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Italicus è nato dal desiderio di Giuseppe Gallo, uno dei bartender italiani più influenti sulla scena internazionale, di rendere omaggio alla cultura italiana dell'aperitivo con la creazione di una ricetta ispirata all'"aperitivo di corte" del XIX secolo.

All'epoca, infatti, una delle bevande più popolari in Italia era il Rosolio, un liquore distillato a base di erbe, frutta e spezie. Era così famoso che veniva bevuto anche presso la corte dei Savoia e ogni regione italiana aveva la sua versione.

Oggi, Giuseppe Gallo ha riportato in viga il rosolio con il suo Italicus. Prodotto in una piccola distilleria familiare del 1906 a Moncalieri, vicino a Torino, è ottenuto da un infuso di bergamotto calabrese e cedro siciliano. Vengono poi aggiunti altri ingredienti come la camomilla romana, la lavanda, la genziana, le rose gialle e la melissa. Siete pronti a un tuffo nel passato?

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4 /5

Wahrscheinlich kennen die wenigsten von uns die Zitrusfrucht Bergamotte. In Italien jedoch hat der Bergamotte-Likör - Rosalio genannt - eine ebenso lange Tradition wie der Limoncello von der weltberühmten Amalfiküste. Vor Jahrhunderten galt Rosalio als das Getränk der Könige oder Aperitivo di Corte. Mit der Zeit geriet dieser hochwertige Aperitif jedoch irgendwann in Vergessenheit.

Im Jahr 2016 erlebte der fast schon vergessene Likör seine Renaissance. Der weltbekannte Mixologe Giuseppe Gallo kreierte den Italicus nach einem alten Rezept seiner Mutter. Der Drinks hat einen Alkoholgehalt von 20% und überzeugt mit einem frischen Geschmack sowie floralen Noten und einem komplexen Abgang.

Ob pur auf Eis oder in einem leckeren Cocktail - mit dem Italicus sind Ihrer Kreativität keine Grenzen gesetzt.

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