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Worlds Best Liquor Award

Balanced, citrus fruity notes, the grassy finish and bittering

How to serve it:

Best served cold or with ice, surprising in mixology like bitters or supporting Vermouths.

About this product

  • Vecchio Magazine Doganalle

    Facts. From the pages of his diary. London 1888
    I went to London to conduct a market survey on liquors. After all, I was hoping to confront the British distiller masters, who enjoyed a centenary culture in terms of whiskey and gin distillation. I was also looking for excellent venues where to propose my product, with an advantage that not all other imported distillates had, the Anglo-Saxon name: Jefferson. I also wanted to bring a pleasant change, in those places where bitters were little well-known. Jefferson was immediately recognized by all as a liquor of remarkable quality, as to be nicknamed by some London bartenders as “Better Bitter”.

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Product Details

Jefferson sees its birth in Calabria; this land gives fruits and herbs unique in the world. The old Magazzino Doganale selects and hand picks the main part of botanicals used, including PGI Rocca Imperiale lemons, Bisignano sweet and bitter oranges in the family garden, Pellaro bergamots, Palombara oregano and Bisignano rosemary. This is processed separately in water- alcohol infusion, preserving the raw material and its seasonality. That’s why the assemblage of Jefferson takes more than 11 months, never resorting to artificial aromas or colouring agents, a linen cloth is the only means used for filtering.

Jefferson was the master of a ship which shipwrecked in Calabria in 1871; he found shelter at Giocondo at Vecchio Magazzino Doganale and made what he called Amaro Importante, this was adapted and transformed to make it excellent to present days.

*Worlds Best Liquor 2018 Award Holder



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