Amaro Nonino

Amaro Nonino is an Italian amaro (little bitter) or bitter liqueur. It was developed in 1992 by a distiller named Antonio Nonino in Friuli, Italy. It's unique because of using grappa, infusing it with herbs, fruits, and botanicals.

The primary npte is bittersweet. Caramel and sweet orange are balanced by gentian and quinine bitterness with delicate spice. Very complex with soft notes of apricot and saffron.

Amaro Nonino is also great with

Paper Plane
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Paper Plane

The Paper Plane is cocktail made with equal parts Bourbon whiskey, Aperol, the amaro Amaro Nonino, and lemon juice. The Paper Plane is an IBA official cocktail and was developed around 2007 by Sasha Petraske and Sam Ross for their former colleague Toby Maloney's Chicago bar The Violet Hour. The Paper Plane is a modern variation on the Last Word, a classic, equal-parts drink composed of gin, lime, maraschino liqueur and green Chartreuse.