4. Italicus Rosolio de Bergamotto
You are sitting down to an afternoon lunch on a breezy terrazzo in the Amalfi Coast when you spot a mysterious Italian beauty. She beckons—but only a fool would join her empty-handed. So what do you order her? A spritz of bubbly prosecco, a few green olives, and Italicus.
Made from Calabrian Bergamot oranges, Sicilian citrons, and botanicals, the new Italian liqueur combines a 19th-century Rosolio recipe with creator Giuseppe Gallo’s family recipe. No wonder, then, that it won the 2017 Tales of the Cocktail Best New Spirit award—and, if you’re clever, signorina’s heart. ($40, available in-store at specialty retailers)Back to top