Drinking an Amaro Ramazzotti means tasting the thrill of every moment and discovering the beauty of #ItaliaDaBere. For over 200 years, according to its secret ancient recipe, Amaro Ramazzotti has been the result of a perfect blend of 33 herbs, spices, flowers and fruits from all over the world, giving it an intense and balanced flavour, to be enjoyed alone or in cocktails.


Flavour Accords

  • Bitter
  • Citrus
  • Mediterranean
  • Floral
  • Spicy
The bitter flavour group provides a gentle bitterness, which is typical of herbal liqueurs. Rhubarb combines particularly well with other ingredients to create a balance of flavours.
quinine The Chinchon plant is native to the Peruvian Andes. It has an intensely bitter flavour and aids digestion.
Rhubarb Rhubarb is native to China, where the plant has been used as a tonic for its soft bitterness since ancient times.
gentian The gentian plant has a delicately bitter quality and is native to the temperate areas of Central Europe.
The citrus flavour group key characteristic comes from distilled orange peel, which gives the Amaro a delicately fresh citrus aroma that delights the senses with its sweet succulence.
Orange peels Removed by hand to preserve its quality, the orange peel brings a citrus sweetness to the mixture and it is the Amaro Ramazzotti's main ingredient.
Rosemary and oregano, reigning supreme in the world of aromatic herbs, characterise the Mediterranean flavour group, providing Amaro its distinctive aroma.
rosemary Rosemary is a classic Mediterranean plant, with strong herbal notes. Its name means “dew of the sea”.
origan Oregano is a typical Mediterranean plant. It has strong aroma and its name means “brightness of the mountain”.
The floral flavour group combines green notes with the bitterness of the absinthe plant's oil and the delicate floral notes of hyssop flowers.
absinthe Absinthe wormwood is commonly used in Italy because of its fresh, green notes. It has been celebrated by artists the world over.
hyssop Hyssop is a flower that grows in Italy’s mountains. It has a minty and slightly bitter flavour with a balsamic edge and it has long been considered sacred.
The spicy flavour group brings a light, piquant aftertaste to the Amaro, as well as the heat that spices typically confer.
Myrrh Myrhh is an extremely precious resin extracted from the Arabian Commiphora tree. It has a hot, spiced flavour.
turmeric This spice plant is native to India’s rainforests, where turmeric is considered a bride’s lucky charm.

How to Enjoy

Nutritional Values

  • ABV 30%
  • Calories per serving 98 kcal (40 ml)
  • Calories per 100 ml 244 kcal
  • Sugars per 100 ml 19 g
  • Fats per 100 ml 0 g
  • Protein per 100 ml 0 g
  • Salt 0 g


No, Amaro Ramazzotti only uses natural flavors.

No, it doesn’t contains any preservatives.

Amaro Ramazzotti contains 1017 kJ / 244 kcal per 100ml.

Ramazzotti Amaro has an ABV (alcohol by volume) of 30%.

To preserve the original characteristics of Amaro Ramazzotti, store the product at a temperature between +15 and +25 °C, away from heat sources and direct light. Under these storage conditions, it maintains its original profile for up 18 months. After 18 months, it may begin its natural aging process.

There is no need to refrigerate the bottle once it has been opened. It can be safely stored at room temperature.

Yes, the glass bottle is recyclable. To recycle it properly, please separate the bottle from the cap since they are made of different materials.

For specific recycling instructions and guidelines, it’s best to consult your local authorities or recycling facilities as recycling procedures can vary depending on your location.

Yes, Amaro Ramazzotti is gluten free.

Yes, Amaro Ramazzotti and its production process are entirely vegan. There are no animal products used in the production process, and we do not utilize any animal derivatives in the product or its filtration. Additionally, no bone chars are used in any part of the process.

Yes, Ramazzotti Amaro is kosher certified.

In the beginning of the 19th century, well before the unification of Italy, the particular Italian situation, driven by popular uprisings and political instability, made spices difficult to find in Milan. Despite the context, thanks to his passion and personal initiative, a young entrepreneur and aspiring herbalist created something unique in a small laboratory. It was 1815 when Ausano Ramazzotti made several experiments blending ingredients from all over the world like Italian sweet orange peels, gentian, rhubarb, turmeric and rosemary.

Aiming to create a flavored drink, tailored to be enjoyed at any time of day, Ausano created Amaro Ramazzotti, a harmonious blend of 33 spices, herbs, flowers and fruits. The recipe is still kept secret, from generation to generation.

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You can enjoy Amaro Ramazzotti the classic way: 40 ml Amaro Ramazzotti + 4-5 ice cubes or, for more recipes, visit our dedicated cocktails page: Drinks | Ramazzotti (

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