In the early 1800s, before we were blessed with pills and sprays, amaro was used as medicine to settle the stomach and ease digestion. Today, amaro is used as an apértif, a cocktail base, or as an after-dinner drink. Made in Brooklyn, the St. Agrestis Amaro is incredibly refreshing and well-structured. A charming nose of cinnamon, nutmeg, and preserved rhubarb will remind you of warm fruit pies and mulled wine. The palate brings you back to the soda fountain with a dark cola taste, vanilla extract, sweet tree bark, and powerful spearmint.