Poli Vaca Mora Amaro

700 mL bottle  |   LCBO#:  662726
$38.65
Poli Vaca Mora Amaro from LCBO
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    In 1885, GioBatta Poli opened the Al Cappello tavern near Schiavon train station. Passengers would often enjoy a glass of amaro while waiting for the 'Vaca Mora' (black cow) steam train. Expect herb, caramel and spearmint tones. It's warm and herbal with a bittersweet finish. Pair with freshly baked cookies after dinner.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    700 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    32%
    Made In:
    Veneto, Italy
    By:
    Distillerie J.B. Poli
    Style:
    Warm & Herbal
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    700 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    32%
    Made In:
    Veneto, Italy
    By:
    Distillerie J.B. Poli
    Style:
    Warm & Herbal

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