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Nardini Bitter Chinato 1L

(100cl, 27%)

Nardini Bitter Chinato 1L

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Nardini Bitter Chinato 1L Bottling Note

A bottle of brilliant red Bitter Chinato from Nardini in Italy. With layer upon layer of complex herbs, citrus and spice, along with a solid backbone of bitter cinchona. A staple for all matter of aperitivi and cocktail creations!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Pleasing bitterness, with a complex herbal bouquet, warm spices, and touches of waxy citrus.

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Nardini Bitter Chinato 1L Reviews

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Nardini are SO good at bittersweet aperitivos, and I think this is my favourite. I imagine it could be swapped in anywhere you'd use Campari, but is distinct from it in flavour - softer bitterness up front, a little more root-beer warmth, and a lot more earthiness. Reminds me a little of the distinctly earthy (and delicious) Clementi China, but much more versatile.
Excellent with bourbon, either in a boulevardier or as a float in a godfather-style cocktail. With bubbles, I think it makes a more wintery-feeling spritz.

13th October 2022

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