Braulio

Braulio



Amaro Braulio originated in Bormio, Valtellina in 1875, thanks to the skilful expertise and the clever research of Francesco Peloni, a chemist with a deep knowledge in the field of medicinal aromatic herbs.



Amaro Braulio is obtained by the infusion of plants, roots and aromatic alpine herbs and by a two-year ageing process in sessile oak-barrels. With its alcohol content of 21% amaro Braulio is noted for its taste and its refined aroma.



Amaro Braulio Riserva
To the most sophisticated connoisseurs Braulio presents the Vintage Special Reserve, produced in limited quantity, aged in small sessile oak-barrels and filtered by using ancient and traditional techniques in order to obtain a particularly refined and noble product.
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Last updated Jul 18 2014