Starlino Rosé Aperitivo

Bitter Liqueurs

Hotel Starlino // Piemonte, Italy

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Starlino Rosé Aperitivo is made using Italian wine and its botanicals include pink grapefruit peel, orange peel, elderflower, Italian raspberries and strawberries, coriander, and wormwood among others.

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It is bottled at 17% ABV.

Starlino Rosé Aperitivo is made using Italian wine and its botanicals include pink grapefruit peel, orange peel, elderflower, Italian raspberries and strawberries, coriander, and wormwood among others. It is bottled at 17% ABV.

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  • abv
    17.0
  • Bitter Liqueurs
    Much like amaro, bitter liqueurs are made from the maceration or distillation (or combination) of herbs, spices, roots, flowers, or other botanicals. Bitter liqueurs are often red or orange in color, although they needn’t be. Sugar is added before bottling. ABV varies widely.

Tasting Notes

"This liqueur is very much at the high end of the fruity spectrum of aperitivi. Aromas and flavors of ripe, juicy watermelon, raspberry, strawberry, orange and blood orange burst onto the palate. There's a hint of vanilla and a rhubarb earthiness and tartness, with a refreshing swath of mint and other grassy herbs. If using this aperitvo for a Negroni or other bitter flavor profile cocktails, one would probably need to split it with something more bitter, but that's not necessarily a bad thing as it would lighten things up and add some fruitiness. This liqueur would be delicious simply added to sparkling wine or served on the rocks with a splash of soda and fresh fruit, but it's definitely not that bitter at all for a bitter. "

Score 88
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Flavor Profile

Fruity & Sweet

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