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Italicus Rosolio: The Award-Winning Sip That Epitomizes Italian Renaissance Art

Imagine a drink that delicately permeates the nose and palate with pure Italian melange of citrus fruits, fresh flower petals, grass and green herbs. An Italian art epitomized in transparent liquid, smooth and sweet, sipped from glass crystals held by hands from past generations. Rosolio is a liqueur that was particularly widespread in some Italian regions like Piedmont, Sicily, Umbria and Campania in the Renaissance period, which was notably liked by Catherine de Medici in the 16th century. It's a mixture of alcohol, sugar and water in equal proportions then flavored with citrus fruits, flowers or herbs.

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