Italian amari can be made from just about anything you can imagine, but surely artichoke is among the strangest.
Surprisingly, neither Cynar nor Carciofo – the two most well-known brands of artichoke amaro – taste all that strongly of artichoke. Like all amari, there’s a couple dozen other herbs, spices, and roots rounding out the unusual flavor profile.
Also Known As
Cocktails that use Artichoke amaroArtichoke Hold Avenue & Davenport Berlioni Boo Radley Cradle to the Grave Fender Bender Floppy Disk Herbivore Lite Treason Little Italy Salty Bastard Wiz Fizz
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