The first liquors were born in the Middle-Ages by monks in convents and monasteries looking to create substances for medicinal purposes. These early liquors were mysterious and always kept secret from the general public. By the 16th century, liquors reached the royal classes, but the air of mystery surrounding them prevailed. To this day, ancient recipes remain family secrets. Italian liquor is no exception: many of the recipes for Italy’s most popular liquor are hidden… [Read More]
Myrtle, used to make a liqueur.
New Year’s Eve conjures images of champagne corks popping and bubbly flowing as party goers sing, clock strikes midnight to ring new hope for all. Instead of buying the typical grocery store Champagne, we would like to give you some good reason to consider a good bottle of all Italian Prosecco , Asti Spumante or Moscato d’Asti. Prosecco refers to the grape grown in the Treviso province of the Veneto region in northern Italy. It… [Read More]