NOTE: The tasting room is closed on February 11. Go enjoy the Super Bowl! Or don't. Up to you, really.


Will my liqueur go bad? How long can I keep it after it has been opened?

Except for Genziana Fernanda (see below), all of our products should last, well…forever. They have no expiration dates. Our products range from 28-40% alcohol, which is an environment in which the things that form in other products (mold, etc.) cannot exist.

Feel free to keep your amaro, arancello, limoncello, etc., as long as you like.

Unlike our other liqueurs, Genziana Fernanda will degrade over time. For prolonged freshness, it’s best to refrigerate it after opening. The liqueur will not “go bad,” per se, but it will oxidize slowly if not properly stored. Kept sealed in the refrigerator, however, you can expect at least FOUR MONTHS (probably much more) of perfect enjoyment.

Do I need to refrigerate my liqueurs?

Lots of people like to serve our products chilled, so feel free to refrigerate them or put them in your freezer (the limoncello and arancello are especially tasty chilled!), but there is no reason to keep them chilled for preservative purposes. As stated above, your products should be good indefinitely.

Please also see above about Genziana Fernanada, which is best to hold in a refrigerator after opening for prolonged freshness (but will not necessarily “go bad”).

I see sediment/cloudy areas in my bottle? What is that? Is it normal?

YES! That is totally normal. Because we use all natural ingredients and no stabilizers, some separation might occur. Simply shake the bottle to redistribute it. Or don’t!

In the limoncello/arancello, the settling is primarily very tiny proteins that are a natural part of the honey we use.

In the Amaro Amorino, some microscopic sugar solids sometimes drop out of solution. Again, totally normal and totally safe. Simply give it a shake and enjoy!

Do you ship?

YES! We ship to most western states in the US. Please see our online store for more information.

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