Bitter Dolin

Dolin Bitter

Italian style bitters

Neither French nor Italian! In 1821, Dolin was situated in the kingdom of Piemont-Sardinia. Ferdinand Dolin, always looking for the newest trends, would draw inspiration from the fashion of Italian bitters to develop his own. These bitter drinks, originally appreciated for their medicinal properties, would become all the rage as an aperitif. Thus Dolin Bitter was born, made from botanicals and spices such as bitter orange, gentian, cinchona macerated in wine for many long weeks. It's this type of liquor that is used to make Spritz and that gives it that special bitter taste.

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Traditional aperitifs

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According to the Italian tradition, bitters are an aperitif to be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or with a splash of soda water. Don't forget the slice of orange for a more glamorous effect! These days, bitters have acquired international fame as a choice ingredient in cocktails like the renowned Negroni and Americano. In addition to the delicate bitterness that mixologists adore, the beautiful red color adds a glow to the drinks, like a sunset over an Italian lake.

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