Amaro Montenegro’s secret recipe saw the light for the first time in Bologna, Italy, in 1885.
Stanislao Cobianchi is the genious behind Amaro Montenegro. Destined for a career in the church, he went against his family wishes and start travelling the world. Back from his travels he experimented countless ingredients and finally determined the ultimate blend of 40 botanicals that would make up his amaro liqueur.
The name pays homage to the second queen of Italy, Princess Helen of Montenegro, and celebrates the day of her marriage to Italian sovereign King Victor Emmanuel III.From then onwards, the secret recipe is still unchanged in every detail, and nowadays known as Amaro Montenegro.