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Italians have invented hundreds of after-dinner drinks, and amaro cocktails are well known internationally. Served straight in a tall glass, or with ice and a lemon or orange wedge, amaro (bitter) is the classic Italian herbal liqueur that is usually drunk as a digestif. It originated in monasteries and pharmacies as a medicinal tonic: around 1300, monks began to (more)

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