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It is well stocked with various pitcher plants, bog orchids, violets, gentians, sundews and flytraps.
One of these signatures is the Bitter Storm Over Ulm—a blend of Aveze Gentian (a liqueur made with wild yellow gentian foraged in France), lemon, macvin, and pear.
Their Amaro di Bilaro — a label that combines their two last names — uses a grape spirit base and 13 botanicals, including rosemary and spearmint from the couple’s backyard, as well as gentian, rhubarb root and myrrh.
Bitters are typically made from clear alcohol infused with plants like gentian, fennel, and dandelion root.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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