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  • The Italian bitter liqueurs called amari are widely used to add complex flavors, and three drinks in the book even call for that most difficult of Italy's bitter digestivos,

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  • The Italians love to serve bitter liqueurs known as amari before dinner.

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  • The additions to the house are great improvements every way, outside and in, and when the conservatory is finished we shall be quite palatial; but, alas, of all my box-trees only one remains green, that is the "amari," or more properly "fusci" aliquid.

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

  • The additions to the house are great improvements every way, outside and in, and when the conservatory is finished we shall be quite palatial; but, alas, of all my box-trees only one remains green, that is the "amari," or more properly "fusci" aliquid.

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 3

  • It's potently alcoholic (40\%) and fits into the family of "amari" or

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  • To be sure, this is a tiny niche bar for people who want to focus on bitters and amari liqueurs for a night.

    To the Bitters End

  • To be sure, this is a tiny niche bar for people who want to focus on bitters and amari liqueurs for a night.

    To the Bitters End

  • (Other well-known amari, although less throat-catching than Fernet, include Ramazzotti, Averna, and Campari.)

    The Bitter Beginning

  • (Other well-known amari, although less throat-catching than Fernet, include Ramazzotti, Averna, and Campari.)

    The Bitter Beginning

  • Aishiteta to nageku ni wa, amari ni mo toki wa sugi te shimatta

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  • Grandfather. A word used by Aboriginal people in the Roper area of the Northern Territory.

    October 5, 2008

  • I think it's from Nunggubuyu (language).

    October 5, 2008