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broVo Project Amaro Miles MacQuarrie Atlanta Edition

From: Washington, United States Liquor Review Category: Herb Liqueur

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San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Beverage Testing Institute

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Wine Enthusiast

  • 2016

Proof66 Notes

broVo amaro liqueurs were originally inspired by a rhubarb liqueur (initially declared a mistake) that later blossomed into a line of seven individual liqueurs after the fashion of Italian bitters (amaro) liqueur... this was later turned into the Amaro Project with annual releases celebrating different bartenders and styles. broVo Amaro Atlanta Edition was made in collaboration with Miles MacQuarrie of Atlanta's Kimball House. They suggest it is "cola-like" with gentian added for bitterness.

broVo Spirits is a Washington-based company that makes what they call "lady-made liquor." It was founded by Mhari Voelsgen and Erin Brophy, both Seattle natives. They produce a line of handcrafted liqueurs made specifically for designer cocktails after consulting and working with local restaurants. Their spirits are marked by strong aromas, low sugar content, and tend to be lower-proofed, which they believe targets the female market. (hat tip to the Puget Sound Business Journal) They work with local products ("authentically local") and look to make creative, "single note" liqueurs. As of April, 2013 they are producing their own spirits out of Woodinville, Washington. They use a Vendome copper pot still that they have affectionately named "the Dude" despite the fact that they also refer to it as a "she."

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