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The best amari for your superyacht bar

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To show their gratitude for his patronage of their abbey, the monks of Sicily’s Monastero Santo Spirito gave the formula for their amaro to Salvatore Averna. His son spread it through Italy, and it became a favourite of King Vittorio Emanuele III. It remains one of the most popular amari to this day. Dark brown, it tastes of liquorice and chocolate with a touch of citrus. It makes a pleasant drink on its own and lends itself to cocktails.

$29.97, astorwines.com

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