Amaro Scuppoz della Laga is the herbal liqueur symbol of the mountain tradition of Valle Castellana in Abruzzo. An ancient recipe handed down for years from brigands to shepherds, which thanks to the founder of the company Benito Cicconi has been handed down to us until day. A unique artisan liqueur produced without dyes and preservatives, ideal to be enjoyed straight, or with ice with a lemon peel.
The word Scuppoz in the dialect of Valle Castellana in Abruzzo was used to indicate the shot glass in the act of celebrating and toasting, then fell into disuse until the entrepreneur Benito Cicconi reused it as a name for his artisan liqueurs in the years' 70. The Scuppoz company was officially born in 1982 in a small warehouse in Valle Castellana, where it was produced and sold in retail. Adriano, son of Benito, took the reins of the company in the wake of the development of the sector, began to produce Genziana and started a process of unstoppable growth. Today, together with his family, in the third generation, he continues the production of experimental liqueurs and infusions respecting and enhancing ancient artisan recipes. The Scuppoz company has become a large family in which each employee is an active part of a noble project that hands down the many facets of a region like Abruzzo.
Amaro della Laga, named after the mountains depicted in the label hand-drawn by Professor Marco Tullio with the image of the Abruzzese shepherd who leaves for the transhumance, was the first Scuppoz liqueur, a symbol of authenticity and craftsmanship. It's produced with herbs and roots harvested in autumn and spring on the Abruzzo hills, with the same dedication as in the past. From the maceration of the herbs and the addition of alcohol and water, this liqueur is born with an intense and warm brown color, with great digestive properties. A sip full of the flavors and aromas of the Abruzzo mountains.
Volume: 70 cl
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