An Italian liqueur created in 1894 by Pasquale Vena, a pastry chef by trade who knew his spices and who became the official supplier of the House of Savoy in 1900. When Italy was first unified in 1861 it was the House of Savoy monarchs of Piedment who became the new monarchs of the Kingdom of Italy. In 1900 Umberto I was on the throne, but shortly after Amaro Lucano was adopted by the royal household, Umberto (or Humbert) was assassinated by Gaetano Bresci.


Volume:   70cl

ABV%:    28%

Country:  Italy

Amaro Lucano

SKU: 600