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Contratto Fernet

Alcohol: 30%
Sugar: 60 g/l
Ingredients: Sugar, alcohol, water, herbal extracts, caramelized sugar for color
Major aromas (15 of 33 major aromas, the other 18 aromas are proprietary information): Myrrh, chamomile, saffron, fennel, aloe, anis, ginger, mint leaves, clover, rhubarb root, licorice, cinnamon, lemon balm, nutmeg, juniper berry, and more…

Cold maceration (traditional method) in tank for 20 days.

Fernet is a type of amaro, a bitter, that falls under the category aromatic spirit. It may be served as a digestif after a meal, but it may also be served with coffee and espresso or mixed as a cocktail. It may be served at room temperature or on the rocks. Fernet is often seen as the national beverage of Argentina. The production in this country is around 25 million liters. It is commonly mixed with cola, but it is also drunk with soda water (in an "old fashioned way"), or even pure. The Liquor has also been popular in the San Francisco Bay Area since before Prohibition. Today, San Francisco loves Fernet consuming 25% of the entire US consumption. San Francisco bars usually serve fernet as a shot followed by a ginger ale chaser.

Formats Available: 750 ml

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