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Amaro Alta Verde

  • Rare among amari for its pale green color
  • Complex bitterness from assenzio, a variety of wormwood
  • Blend of alpine herbs, citrus and spice evoke a summer forest
  • Serve on ice neat, or with tonic/soda, and a big squeeze of lemon
  • Mix in cocktails with agave spirits
  • Venerable producer of aperitivi and amari in Alto Adige

Amaro Alta Verde’s hallmark flavor was common long ago throughout the Adriatic, though seldom found in the last half century. The principal ingredient is assenzio, a variety of wormwood. A complementary blend of alpine herbs, citrus and spice frame and lighten the classic bitter profile. True to its origins, the aromas evoke a summer forest in all its verdant splendor. Upon tasting, Alta Verde yields impressive length and complex bitterness, intertwined with gentle sweetness and bright herbal notes that give balance throughout the palate.

Best enjoyed with citrus and tonic or soda, or just alone over ice with a big squeeze of lemon. In cocktails, Alta Verde adds depth and a drying effect to balance sweeter drinks. Tequila and mezcal are ideal spirits to pair with this amaro.

unopened, store verticallyunopened, store vertically
keeps indefinitely
once openedonce opened
keeps 2-3 years
(room temp)
serving suggestionserving suggestion
2-3 oz. pour

About Antica Erboristeria Cappelletti

The producer, which goes by the full name Antica Erboristeria Cappelletti, was first established in 1906. For most of their first century they were located in the historic Piazza Fiera in the center of Trento. Today they are located 20 km south of Trento in Aldeno, surrounded by vineyards and apple orchards. As the name would suggest, the firm was and is still today focused on products from traditional herbs, roots and flowers. They achieved fame in the region for their productions of amari and aperitivi, including the classic red bitter Aperitivo Cappelletti. All production is done in house by the fourth generation of the family, Luigi and Maddalena Cappelletti. Full details

About Floral/Herbal/Amaro Liqueurs

Inhabitants of Europe's mountainous regions have made liqueurs with local flowers and plants for centuries. These include the fragrant, floral crème de violette as well as herbaceous and bitter liqueurs that started out as elixirs to aid indigestion and other ailments. The latter category includes amaro, meaning "bitter," in Italian. While they began as wine-based digestive aids, most modern amari are composed of spirits (usually neutral spirits), a proprietary mix of herbs and botanicals, and sugar or other natural sweetener. Always appropriate neat or with coffee after a meal, floral, herbal and amaro liqueurs also enliven many contemporary and classic cocktails. Full details

RECIPES See all 17 recipes for this product 17 recipes available at

The Good Word

Shake with ice:

0.75 oz Smith & Cross

0.75 oz Benedictine

0.75 oz Amaro Alta Verde

0.75 oz lime juice

Strain into a coupe.

Land Ahoy

Flash blend with crushed ice:

1.5 oz Hayman’s Old Tom Gin

0.5 oz John D. Taylor’s Velvet Falernum

0.5 oz Amaro Alta Verde

0.5 oz vanilla syrup

1 oz grapefruit juice

Pour into a tiki mug.


Shake with ice:

1 oz Amaro Alta Verde

1 oz Bonal

1 oz simple syrup

0.75 oz lemon juice

Strain into a rocks glass filled with ice.

Verde & Tonic

Build in a highball glass filled with ice:

1 oz Amaro Alta Verde

4 oz tonic water

Squeeze a lemon wedge into the drink

Verde on Ice

Build in a rocks glass filled with ice:

3 oz Amaro Alta Verde

Garnish with a large squeeze of lemon

SKU Vintage Region Origin Desc Cepage % Alc Size/Pack Finish BTL Barcode Cs Barcode Cs Wgt
HZ 9322NVTrentino-Alto AdigeITAmaro24.0%750/12screwcap8018571001625801857102162316.40 kg