Pallini is one of Rome's oldest and most important companies in the drink industry.
The company is mostly known in Italy for Mistrà and the fruit syrups. Established in 1875 from Nicola Pallini in Antrodoco, a small village in the center of Italy, it moved to Rome in the 1920's where it still has its production site. and where is now the only existing distillery. Among all its products, Mistrà, a dry anise liqueur, soon became known as an unbeatable way to "lace" espresso coffee.
Ferro China Baliva
In 1894 Dr Ernesto Baliva created a Ferro China recipe and made it available in pharmacies in Rome. He recommended to drink one spoon a day as a tonic. He believed the iron contained in the alchol was easily absorbed by the human body and mixed with chincona bark was a great cure against malaria. Ferro China Baliva can be consumed as aperitif and digestif, woody and bitter at first, with coffee and almonds sweet notes that develop in the palate.
The new Pallini Bitter recipe, launched this year taking back the historic Pallini house recipe, enriched with bitter and trendy aromatic botanicals. Each ingredient has been carefully selected to make our Bitter perfect for bar usage and for the preparation of Italian classic drinks and aperitives.
Gentian, Bitter orange, Rhubarb, Cinchona, Vanilla, Artichoke