Doragrossa liqueurs, vermouths and spirits. A journey through time, to rediscover flavours once thought lost forever. A delicious taste of our history, in search of its roots, when Turin’s know-how in mixing herbs and spices and in “running stills” was famed throughout Europe.
SPICES AND HISTORIE
Why Turin, capital of liqueurs? Because it is historically surrounded by vast tracts of agricultural land, rich in herbs, flowers and fruits, including grapes. Thanks also to the nearby port of Genoa, its marketplaces were full of various rare and therefore highly prized spices. Cooks of the Royal Court, alchemists, pharmacists, liqueur-makers and distillers gradually developed increasingly refined techniques and trades, which flourished particularly in Contrada Dora Grossa.
E MEDITERRANEO SIA
Doragrossa Mediterranea is a tribute to the 'Mare Nostrum'. A place that speaks to us, through a thousand facets, of the lands that surround it, of the peoples, very different from each other, who inhabit them, and of their ritual consumption, inextricably intertwined with centuries-old cultures and traditions. Lands that are sometimes rich and generous, other times harsh and inhospitable, which, thanks to the work of man, offer unique reflections of nature, whose products, be they flowers, fruit, wood, roots or seeds, are almost always without equal in the world. E Mediterraneo sia.
It’s up to you, or your favourite bartender, to concoct the ideal Doragrossa drink. However, here are some of our recipe suggestions.
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