Anisetta Rosati "Èlixir Très Sec" - Ascoli Piceno 1877
City / Region: Ascoli Piceno - Marche - Italy. Alcohol content: 38% Vol. Distillation method: distillation in bain-marie and slow batch alembic still evaporation; main botany Seeds of Anise Verde di Castignano (Pimpinella Anisum L.) Slow Food Presidium. Serving temperature: 10 ° -15 ° C. Visual analysis: bright, crystalline, transparent and clear color. Olfactory analysis: intense, aromatic, decisive and pleasing aroma with spicy notes hints of juniper. Tasting analysis: decidedly dry taste and rich in aroma with intense hints of aniceverde, wild fennel, juniper, nutmeg and Mediterranean spices. Available format: 50 cl bottle. Curiosity: the logo on the label was created by the famous Emilian painter Augusto Mussini at the beginning of the last century. Among the many admirers we can to count the Real Casa di Savoia and S.S. Pope Leo XIII.
L'Anisetta Rosati "ÉLIXIR TRÈS SEC" is the result of diligent discontinuous distillation in a bain marie and slow evaporation, with a careful selection of Castignano anise seeds "universally recognized as the best and most fragrant". The seeds of anise are harvested by hand by skilled farmers on the night of the last full summer, after being cultivated for six months in the sunny and well-drained fertile land of the gentle hills of the Piceno, suspended between sea and mountain and refreshed by the breeze of the mountains Sibillini.
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