"It can be drunk neat or mixed. Drunk neat, Italicus is light on its feet – there’s a touch of bitterness from the gentian and plenty of other floral character from the lavender and roses, all atop a citrusy backbone. It’s perfectly balanced between bitter and sweet, and the complexity certainly lends itself to simple serves.”
( imbide UK)
"It is based on a late 19th-century recipe for rosolio. An aperitivo spirit that dates back to the Renaissance and was once so popular in Italy that different regions had their own distinctive variations. Produced at a family-owned distillery established in 1906 in Moncalieri in Turin, the new brand fulfils Giuseppe’s life-long ambition to bring back the rosolio category."