This beloved Italian staple entered the U.S. at the end of 2017. The recipe, which includes bitter orange peel, licorice and vanilla, dates back to 1901 and calls for more than 26 all-natural ingredients - many of which thrive in the soil at the base of Mount Etna in Sicily. The herbaceous blend is macerated then matured for two months, emerging bittersweet, bright and balanced. Full of tart rhubarb and spiced with cinnamon, fragrant essence of blood oranges, finishes with a smoky minerality that harkens back to its volcanic origins. Less sweet than some other popular brands.