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Amaro Sfumato Rabarbaro


“Sfumato is derived from the Italian word for ‘smoke’ which is ‘fumo.’ It’s an appropriate name for this very smoky rhubarb amaro that is full and slightly sweet, but with a bitter edge. It’s the perfect way to end a meal if you like a bold finish.” 

Recommended by Celine Roberts, CP staff writer

Amaro Sfumato Rabarbaro is available at DiAnoia’s Eatery and Bar Marco, both in the Strip District.