Averna is a classic Italian digestif and traditional Italian amaro. The recipe has remained unchanged for 140 years.
According to ancient tradition, Italian friars produced an herbal elixir from a secret recipe. It’s still made using the same recipe made popular by Salvatore Averna in Caltanissetta in 1868.
Mt. Etna, in the province of Catania, is Europe’s highest active volcano and a symbol of Sicily.