A Milanese icon since 1845, invented by Bernardino Branca: 10 herbs and spices coming to Milan from all over the world, and then exported again to the whole world in the form of the most classic “Amaro” spirit. The recipe of Fernet-Branca is still secret. If in 1897, while walking through the streets of Milan, you had bought a newspaper, you would have read things such as: "Fernet Branca quenches thirst, facilitates digestion, stimulates appetite, cures intermittent fevers, headaches, dizziness, nervous disorders, liver ailments, spleen, sea sickness, nausea. It is vermifuge and anticoleric." More than a century ago, they already knew that fernet is good for you.

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