Forthave Spirits MARSEILLE - Amaro
As legend has it, while the plague ravaged Europe in the 15th Century, a botanist named Richard Forthave created a popular herbal tonic as protection.
Looking towards history for inspiration for every one of their botanical spirits, two friends in Brooklyn, New York City: painter Aaron Sing Fox and writer/producer Daniel de la Nuez founded Forthave Spirits. Their natural and delicious botanical spirits are born from a library of botanicals that includes over 200 different types of herbs - roots and barks, leaves and flowers, and fruits and seeds.
Forthave Spirits believes in crafting spirits that are natural and delicious, by looking towards history for inspiration for every one of their botanical spirits and approach every aspect of the production and supply chain with care.
MARSEILLE is based on the secret recipe of four medieval thieves. They were caught stealing from plague victims in Marseille. In exchange for clemency, they revealed their secret concoction. With notes of cinnamon, eucalyptus, and honey, this amaro can be enjoyed neat or on ice.
Serve: Enjoyed neat or on ice.