Its colour appears to be old copper with caramel shades. When it is poured into a glass, it moves slowly, thus hinting at a very rich scent. The first olfactive impression is intense but discreet, the alcohol is not aggressive and the typical sensations of husks are well defined.
Later, its aromatic potential expresses itself as a more complex bouquet, containing licorice, arugula, nutmeg and a smoked note. This bastion of Emilian traditions conquers those who taste it thanks to its refinement and aromaticity, whereas the final taste in their mouths is long, with pleasant and enveloping
Suggestions: To be enjoyed at the end of a meal, at a temperature of 18-20 degrees Celsius. In summer it is very pleasant with some ice cubes. It combines well with dry fruits, plain chocolate, dry cookies and, during the proper season, roast chestnuts.