Shake with ice:
2 oz Cardamaro
1.75 oz cold brew coffee
0.25 oz demerara syrup
2 dash Angostura Bitters
Double-strain into a coupe.
Float 2 oz whipped cream (cream should be lightly whipped and pourable, as with Irish coffee)
Garnish with espresso coffee grinds.
—Salt Air, Venice, CA
Cardamaro Vino Amaro
Cardamaro is a longstanding product of what is today an 8th-generation winemaker in Canelli d’Asti. The primary flavors of Cardamaro are cardoon and blessed thistle, with gentle undertones of spice. The wine base provides a pleasing texture and allows for pairing with robust cheeses, soft or hard. Mix Cardamaro with cider or ginger ale, or use in place of vermouth for an earthier take on classic cocktails. Cardamaro can also be used in place of whiskey for subtle cocktails, such as with Dolin Rouge in the Lower Manhattan. Full details
|SKU||Vintage||Region||Origin||Desc||Cepage||% Alc||Size/Pack||Finish||BTL Barcode||Cs Barcode||Cs Wgt|
|HZ 9200||NV||Piemonte||IT||Amaro; Wine-based||17.0%||750/12||T Cap||8003360800756||8003360806758||15.20 kg|