Created in 1875 by the pharmacist Bormio Francesco Peloni, the Braulio takes its name from one of the mountains of Alta Valtellina, where there are many herbs, berries, flowers and redici that make up the ancient and secret recipe of this unique bitters.
13 aromatic plants that make up the Amaro, including yarrow, absinthe, gentian and juniper. Braulio, unique in bitterness, matures in oak barrels for two years. The slow ripening together with the alcohol content of 21 ° and the naturalness of its formulation create a balance of aromas and an incomparable aromatic bouquet in Braulio.

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