Ultimate Beverage Challenge 94 points - Wonderfully sweet and bitter with layers of citrus zest, black tea, mandarin orange, anise, coriander, and bitter cherry. A great way to end a meal. (Mar 2012)
Amaro Montenegro "is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. It is made using over 40 herbs, bottled at 23%vol. The amaro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in the late 19th century and is named after Princess Elena of Montenegro. Popular as an after-coffee drink ("ammazzacaffè" in Italian) it is one of the few brands of Italian bitters to have carved an image for itself through a series of successful commercials (aired on Italian tv networks) which have linked the brand to images of adventurous, outdoor, manly living and situations."