Wednesday, October 21, 2009


The Genepi is an alcoholic aperitif made from herbs that bear the same name, typical of the valleys of Piedmont. 
The plant of Genepi is the genus Artemisia grows in the Piedmont Alps. 
Genepì bush can grow up to about 10 \ 15 centimeters. from the male flowers of the plant is obtained the liqueur typical of Piedmont. 
Today, the wild plant of Genepì is protected, those from which you get the liquor is then cultivated. 
To produce the Genepì flowers must be left to steep in alcohol for about 90 days. 

Piedmont, Piedmont, Italy.

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