BroVo Spirits Amaro 14

$34.99 (PA tax not included)

Double Gold Medal – New York International Spirits Competition 2013. Created with direction from Chicago bartender Mike Ryan, this is almost like a bottled cocktail. The Amaro starts with Guatemalan chocolate married to thyme for a savory flavor. It then moves through cinnamon, sarsaparilla, angelica, and vanilla before finishing with a strong Gentian finish and is sweetened with agave nectar. It has a sophisticated chocolate flavor.


The heart and soul of BroVo distillery lies in making amaro (Italian bitters/digestifs). They aren’t trying to duplicate the Italians, but developing an American style, that is reflective of the terroir and palate of a place.

BroVo continues to work with bartenders in different markets, to make different products. They’ve made 23 amari now. Working this way has given them a deep respect for a bartender’s palate, and expertise in putting flavor together.

Known as Project Amaro, BroVo works with bartenders in different cities to define the terroir and palate of a place.

Additional information

Alcohol by Volume

32% ABV, 64 proof


Woodinville, Washington

Tasting Notes

Citrus-vanilla nose, light on the palate, with a rich cocoa edge, subtle orange-peel bitterness and finishing with ginger, cinnamon and white pepper