The name “Due Terzi” (Two thirds) is intended to emphasise this product’s ability to best combine with our spirits. In fact, by adding ‘a third’ of one of our gins, you can enjoy a simply unique White Negroni.

The “Due Terz” liqueur can also be sipped on its own with an ice cube, in the classic Milan-Turin (MI-TO) version, or mixed with ⅓ of whatever you prefer to create your favourite cocktail like you’ve never tasted before!


Gentian root

Roman wormwood summit

China Calysaia

Florentine Ireos rhizome

Cardamom seeds

Rhubarb rhizome

Chamomile flowers

Sweet orange peels

Bitter orange peels

Zagara flowers

Cape Aloe root extra


The Bitter we propose is our own recipe in which botanicals are infused in a 70°C hydro-alcoholic mixture for 15 days at room temperature; this infusion is the basis of the final aromaticity of the product. Once the solid part of the botanicals has been separated, the collected liquid is distilled in a small copper still over direct heat. This last step gives a crystal-clear appearance to the liquid, as well as a smooth and elegant flavour with pleasantly spicy notes, balanced by an enjoyable citrus sweetness.

The distillate then includes ethyl alcohol, water and sugar.

The Vermouth used is a white from Emilia.

The mix of Bitter and Vermouth, after careful measurement of analytical parameters, rests for 7 days with subsequent filtration. At this point the liquid is ready for bottling and to be called “Due Terzi”.



Our bottles have an unmistakable aesthetic and a reduced environmental impact. We have chosen to use up to 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) glass bottles and 100% cotton labels, BRC & Packaging Materials ‘AA’ certified bio-based caps and a cardboard capsule, thus creating totally plastic free products. A small-batch production allows us to label and number each bottle by hand, in a perspective of environmental and economic sustainability.


Bottle: Estal Natural – 100% recycled glass

Label: Unilabel Cotton Extra White – 100% cotton

Cap: Supercap ECO – carbon-neutral cap, consisting of a base made of renewable plant-based polymers derived from sugar cane and an upper part made of reclaimed wood from the 2018 Vaja Storm

Cap: MOCAP – ecological caps made of recyclable paper