The cocktail was first made in the mid XIX century and is the father of Gin Martini. To the nose it’s tempting, it seems almost like an essence, the alcohol content can be felt, but is delicate and elegant. A light infusion with cinchona tree bark makes the finish slightly assertive. It’s a drink for connoisseurs, lovers of gin and character-rich cocktails. The vermouth blend provides the nose aromas and the marasca cherry liqueur makes it velvety in the mouth. It’s bottled after at least one month spent ageing in vats.