This Italian aperitif has a curious history: In 1870, in Antonio Carpano's bar, a banker ordered an individual aperitif during his lunch break. He was so engrossed in his work that he suddenly shouted "un punt e Mes". In Piedmontese this means "one and a half stock exchange points". And because this aperitif, created especially for him, tasted so fantastic, a new brand was born. Today, the production process is slightly modified. Only the best Italian wines and 50 different herbs are used.Tasting notes:Colour: garnet red. Nose: citrus fruits, herbs, spices. Taste: bitter, slightly fruity, herbs. Finish: Long lasting. This aperitif not only tastes very good "on the rocks", but is also ideal as a long drink and for cocktails.