Amaro: The Italian word for bitter, and a popular liqueur traditionally taken after heavy meals to help soothe full stomachs and refresh the palate. 

Fernet: A style of amaro typically made with a wide array of herbs, botanicals, and/or spices.

Highland: An elevated, or moutainous region, such as Colorado.

Fernet Leopold

Highland Amaro

First released in 2012

40% Alc. by Vol. 80 Proof

Our Fernet Leopold Highland Amaro embraces the herbal notes of traditional fernets, while offering a pronounced and entirely unique mint quality. We achieve this by steeping a flight of bitter roots in our spirit, followed by rose petals, elderflower, chamomile, and honeysuckle, which lend depth and a complex finish. These ingredients will rest for weeks before they are drained and racked into Chardonnay barrels for months of aging. Every barrel is handbottled, to preserve the integrity of the flavor and aroma.


Gold Medal - 2013 San Francisco World Spirits Competition


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