Cocchi

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In the 19th century, Giulio Cocchi, a renowned Florentine pastry chef, settled in Asti, a small village in the North-West Italy, near Torino. He fell in love and married the…
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Dolin

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Joseph Chevasse created in 1821, in Chambéry (France), a wine-based aperitif inspired by vermouths from Torino. Inspired by alpine flora, the recipes combine plants, flowers and herbs with a Ugni…
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Fee Brothers

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Historically developed in Europe in the 18th century, bitters, often made from plants, were popularized in the 19th century in the United States by apothecaries who sold them as remedies…
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Moonshadow

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Moonshadow, latest creation from the French company Tigre Blanc Paris, breaks the traditional codes of cognac. Its innovative fan-shaped label is inspired by the moon rabbit legend. Range Cocktail: Moonshadow…
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Ramazzotti

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Founded in 1815 by Ausano Ramazzotti, the family distillery produces Italian aperitifs dedicated to sharing and conviviality. As the first brand to market an Amaro, Ramazzotti developed a whole range…
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Tyku

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Created in 2004 by two young graduates of Columbia University, passionate about the Japanese art of living, the Ty Ku brand offers a range of sakes produced in partnership with…
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