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A perfect liqueur for after dinner, as a digestif or as a final touch of sweetness, capable of delighting the palate of those who do not like too bitter sensations. Our Rosolio is produced with fresh bay leaves from organic cultivation, carefully selected and cleaned, using a recipe handed down from generation to generation in the family of one of the founders of Arbei. The coppery color with bright green reflections introduces herbaceous aromas and a soft and long taste.
Rosolio Arbei is a modern interpretation of one of the oldest and simplest liqueurs of the Italian tradition. It is an alcoholic drink widespread in many regions of our peninsula and which was already particularly appreciated in the Renaissance for its delicate aroma and its pleasant sweetness. Its secret lies in simplicity. Its ingredients are few and its preparation is easy. It is no coincidence that by custom it has always been a liqueur prepared at home, according to ancient family recipes, handed down from generation to generation. The Arbei version is characterized by the use of laurel as the main ingredient, which gives intense, fragrant and very elegant aromas and aromas. It is the result of the desire to create a version of the famous liqueur characterized in a typically territorial way.
Rosolio Arbei manages to transmit all the aromas and aromas of Laurus nobilis, which has always been appreciated in herbal medicine for its digestive properties. It has a golden yellow dress with bright green reflections. The bouquet is persuasive and combines the typical scent of laurel with sweet hints of cotton candy.
The name rosolio derives from the Latin ros solis, dew of the sun, in reference to the fact that petals and herbs used for creation were traditionally collected in the first rays of the new day, still covered with dew, when the concentration of essences is at its peak.
To be consumed chilled without ice or in mixology.