Aperitivo I Digestivo

    • Aperitivo

    • Aperol

      $9

      a lower alcohol alternative to Campari, flavored with orangian, gentian, rhubarb and cinchona.

    • Casoni

      $9

      a refreshingly bittersweet infusion to be enjoyed as you would Aperol or Campari.

    • Campari

      $9

      the original cocktail bitters essential for the Negroni, created by Gaspare Campari in 1860.

    • Cocchi Americano

      $8

      moscato aromatised with a blend of herbs and spices; gentian,  cinchona and bitter orange peels.

    • Contratto Vermouth Bianco

      $8

      white wine fortified with Italian brandy & more than 50 herbs, spices, roots and seeds.

    • Luxardo Maraschino

      $8

      obtained from the marasca, a sour cherry variety, blended with honey and aged in ash wood.

    • Digestivo

    • Amaro Averna

      $9

      one of the most accessible amari, due to its sweeter flavor and caramel laced flavor.

    • Amaro Cardamaro

      $9

      flavored with cardoon, this has a low alcohol content for amaro and drinks like vermouth rosso.

    • Amaro Ciociaro

      $9

      similair to the cultish but unavailable Amer Picon; darker, heavier, earthier than it's cousins.

    • Amaro Lazzarorni

      $9

      offers the minty herbaciousness of Fernet with the sweetness of Amaro.

    • Amaro Lucano

      $8

      sweet and spicy with herbal bitterness from Basilicata.

    • Amaro Meletti

      $10

      remarkable blend of fruits, herbs, and spices creates a perfectly balanced digestif.

    • Amaro Montenegro

      $9

      one of the lightest and gentlest amari, with orange and rosewater notes.

    • Amaro Santa Maria

      $11

      a delicate, artisinal amaro, originating from the eponymous monastery near Florence.

    • Amaro Zucca

      $9

      infused with rhubarab, cardamom, China fruit and bitter orange peel, delicate with a smokey finish.

    • Branca Menta

      $9

      a unique, cool and refreshing variation on Fernet, blended with mint leaves.

    • Calisaya Liquer

      $12

      saved from extinction by a small distiller, based on chinchona bark, like Grand Marnier and Amaro.

    • Cynar

      $8

      based on artichoke and a dozen other flavoring agents, refreshing with fresh orange juice.

    • Fernet Contratto

      $11

      quality blend of 33 herbs and spices, best drunk pure or with soda water as opposed to cola.

    • Fernet Lazzaroni

      $9

      a strong bitter traditional fernet without the sweetness of Branca.

    • Fernet Leopold Highland Amaro

      $11

      a cooling liqueur with dominant flavors of sweet menthol and bitter alpine herbs.

    • Fernet-Branca

      $8

      grape distillate infused with myrrh, rhubarb, chamomile, cardamom, aloe, and especially saffron.

    • Meletti Anisette

      $8

      anise from the clay soils of Ascoli Piceno on the Adriatic Coast east of Rome produce the best Anisette.

    • Nonino Gioierello

      $12

      a clear distillate of chestnut honey.

    • Romano Sambuca Black

      $8

      actually deep blue in color, produced by the infusion of witch elder bush and licorice.

    • Romano Sambuca

      $8

      thick, rich and viscous, similairly flavored to anisette, though less sweet and higher in alcohol.