Amaro Montenegro is a renowned Italian liqueur obtained by the careful infusion in pure alcohol of over 40 herbs originating from all over the world. It was first produced in 1885 in Bologna following extensive devoted experiments performed by a famous Italian spirits manufacturer, Stanislao Cobianchi, who named his new liqueur after Princess Elena of Montenegro. In over 100 years of history, Amaro Montenegro has seen its success constantly increase over the years and it has become not only the most renowned, top-selling brand of Amaro in Italy, but also one of the most famous symbols of Italian liqueur tradition and culture.
Amaro Montenegro displays early botanical scents of orange peel, fresh not dried coriander, red cherry, pekoe tea and cucumber. Palate entry is sweet at first then it quickly turns mildly bitter and botanical.