· Amaro Lucano ·

Amaro Lucano

Born in 1894, Amaro Lucano is based on a secret recipe passed from generation to generation of the Vena family.
28% vol.

Due to the delicate blend of more than 30 herbs, it has a distinct flavour, ideal for any occasion.

Amaro Lucano received a Gold medal at The San Francisco World Spirit Competition.
2014

Amaro Lucano also received 3 stars a.t the Superior Taste Brand Award of Bruxelles.
2014

Amaro Lucano was awarded with a silver medal at The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles Spirits Selection.
2014

Amaro Lucano was also awarded a Double Gold Medal from The Fifty Best.
2015

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THE SECRET RECIPE
In 1894 Amaro Lucano’s special taste lies the careful choice of fine herbs and a secret recipe that, even now, is handed down from generation to generation, according to tradition.

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1. The Selection

1. The Selection

The finest herbs are selected, dried naturally and crushed.

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THE HERBS
We select only the finest herbs from all over the world; they are dried naturally and crushed, to create the perfect aromatic balance of Amaro Lucano.

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Artemisia absinthium

Artemisia absinthium

Geographical Origin: Italy

Parts Used: all parts of the plant

Organoleptic Characteristics:: bitter and aromatic

Medicinal Properties: characterized by a delicate bitter taste; stimulates the appetite and aids digestion. It has remarkable antiseptic properties and it is useful in the treatment of migraines.

Quality, knowledge, tradition and innovation.

These are the values that, for more than one hundred years, have put the Lucano brand at the forefront of the Italian spirits market. This story of passion and authenticity is a vital part of Cavalier Pasquale Vena’s secret recipe.

The passion and the secret.

The Cavalier Pasquale Vena was a confectioner with a deep passion for herbology.
He blended countless herbs, in innumerable combinations in order to discover the perfect liqueur. At long last, he uncovered the combination that would define his future, and that of the following four generations of his family: the recipe for Amaro Lucano!

The same now as it was then...

Today, after almost a century, the production process remains the same, staying faithful to tradition and to his homeland.

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