Braulio: A Beginner’s Guide to Amaro


“It’s like drinking a Ricola cough drop, but in the best possible way,” Carducci says of Braulio. Produced in the Alps of Bormio, the herbaceous amaro features the tastes of pine, resin, wormwood, juniper, and chamomile, among others. “It’s very alpine in style,” adds Carducci. “It’s made from only herbs and plants that grow in the area.”