Cora Bianco is a clever combination of wines and aromatic herbs typical of our land of Piedmont, which has written the history of the Italian aperitif in the world.
Cora Bianco was already popular in the USA back in the early 1800s, and has a sweetish taste to the palate disengaged and very refined.
The intensely spicy and evocative bouquet of Cora Bianco has remained unchanged over the centuries; it has the same strength it had long ago, when it inspired the best East Coast barmen to compose fascinating poems on the bars of the most fashionable clubs.
It should be drunk straight or on the rocks, diluted with soda water or with gin and crème de menthe, to create a cool Caruso cocktail of times gone by.
14,4% alcohol content.
Straight, on the rocks or mixed is perfect with olives, appetizers, blue cheese or “di fossa” cheese, spicy vegetables
Chocolate pralines, candied fruit and dry pastries
Bright straw yellow
Spicy and vanilla flavors
Sweet, with a bitter aftertaste
alc. 14,4% by vol.