Amaro Montenegro

Founder Stanislao Cobianchi wanted to create a bottle as unique as the elixir it contained. The distinctive vial shaped bottle is reminiscent of a potion conjured through alchemy (magic). The iconic bitters was born in 1885 and renamed just over a decade later to Amaro Montenegro as a tribute to her Royal Highness Princess Elena of Montenegro. It is crafted from a secret blend of 40 botanicals collected from all over the world it is the perfect balance on sweet, citrus, bitter and herbaceous. Best enjoyed in a variety of cocktails and shooters


Best Bitter (Gold) - International Wine & Spirits Competition
Platinium - SIP Awards

Signature Serves

Adriatique cocktail

3 Parts stoli® gold

1 Part gin

½ Part sweet white vermouth

Shake with ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

Burning Bright

1 Part stoli® gold

1 Part peach purée

Dip the rim of a Champagne flute into peach purée and frost with golden cane sugar. Top up with Prosecco and stir.

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