Ramazzotti Amaro 1960s
Amaro is a bitter Italian herbal liqueur often served as a digestif.
In 1815, Ausano Ramazzotti, a herbal doctor, created in his shop in Milan, a tonic liqueur made from herbs and spices including gentian root, rhubarb, cinnamon and the peel from Sicilian oranges. Today, Ramazzotti is still produced with the same ingredients and the same technique used by its inventor over 180 years ago. Made with 33 medicinal herbs and plant roots which give it a characteristic bouquet, Ramazzotti is a sweet and strong liqueur, with an unmistakable orange flavour.
This is estimated to be from the 1960's.