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Quaglia Aperitivo Bèrto

(100cl, 15%)

Quaglia Aperitivo Bèrto

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Quaglia Aperitivo Bèrto Bottling Note

An Aperitivo liqueur from the Berto range produced by Quaglia in Italy. Featuring hints of bright orange and enjoyably bitter herbs, this'll be good enjoyed with cold water and plenty of ice, or splashed in a glass of sparkling wine.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Oodles of jammy orange and waxy peels. A touch of oak-y herbs develops on the mid palate, boosting the bitterness of the orange peels.

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Quaglia Aperitivo Bèrto Reviews

Subtle blend

A subtle blend of orange and zest, perfect as a long drink with or without gin or vodka and will be even more essential when (if) we get some warmer weather

30th March 2022

Delicious - so much better than aperol!!

This is so delicious. Use this instead of aperol and you’ll never go back to aperol. Great in a spritz!!

26th November 2020

Incredibly easy-drinking

Like the description says, a very orange-forward aperitivo. Both less sweet and less bitter than something like Campari or Aperol, a pour of this over ice, with or without a spritz of soda, is awfully moreish.

1st August 2020

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