[CANCELLED] Sun 24 Mar: Sunset Hour with Amaro Santoni

[CANCELLED] Sun 24 Mar: Sunset Hour with Amaro Santoni

Drop in for a free tasting of Amaro Santoni and a cheeky Santoni spritz! 

Amaro Santoni is a light, fresh and vibrant take on Italy's bitter. We love it as an aperitivo or in cocktails! The recipe is inspired and adapted from Gabriello Santoni’s original recipe dating back to 1961. Using an infusion of 34 botanicals including sweet orange, bitter orange, olive leaves, iris flower and Chinese rhubarb, Amaro Santoni is floral and aromatic, making it versatile for the day or night, whether you're sipping or sharing with friends.


In 1957, Gabriello Santoni realised his dream when he established the Santoni distillery in Chianciano Terme. From the very beginning, he set out to make high-quality liqueurs and spirits with respect to traditional methods and quality ingredients.

By the 1960s, his 'organic and curated' approach led to the birth of two products Amaro Chianciano and Rabarbaro Santoni, both of which quickly became recognised as an expression of Tuscany and brought widespread acclaim to the Santoni brand. It was no surprise that during the 1970s, Santoni's spirits and liqueurs became the choice for sports and entertainment celebrities.

In 1985, Gabriello's son Stefano joined the family business after studying herbal sciences. This coupled with techniques and experienced passed on by his father led him to take an increasingly prominent role in developing new Santoni products. After 28 years, he took stewardship of the distillery in 2013.

In 2018, Amaro Santoni was created, preserving the original herbal bouquet and its 16% ABV strength, but invigorating and refreshing the recipe. The 34 botanicals that comprise the liqueur's bouquet and flavour include rhubarb root from Florentine spice vendors since the Renaissance, olive leaves and iris flowers, the city's symbols. The bottle's striking design is inspired by the architectural beauty of the dome of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. Hence Amaro Santoni is said to be 'made in Italy, born in Florence'.


Sunday 24 March
4pm - 7pm
31 Binjai Park
Dogs are welcome
Free streetside parking

We apologise that this event has been cancelled. Stay tuned!

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