This liqueur is prepared from an ancient monastic recipe using traditional methods, and is obtained by an infusion of herbs and aromatic roots, carefully ground and balanced. It is an excellent invigorating after- dinner drink, preferably on the rocks, but can also be enjoyed straight up. It can become a delicious thirst-quencher by adding some tonic water,  ice and a slice of lemon. It’s simply sublime on ice cream, which enhances its distinctive full bodied aroma and taste. Served warm, on the other hand,  maximizes the aroma of its precious components and digestive virtues.