Liquore Concerto is a traditional liqueur from the Campania region of Italy. It is made from a blend of herbs and spices, including anise, fennel, and mint, which are steeped in alcohol and then sweetened with sugar. The resulting liqueur is a bright green color and has a strong, aromatic flavor that is both sweet and slightly bitter.

Liquore Concerto is produced in several towns and communes throughout Campania, including Benevento, Avellino, and Salerno. Each producer has their own unique recipe and method for making the liqueur, which can vary slightly in flavor and intensity.

One popular recipe for Liquore Concerto involves steeping the herbs and spices in alcohol for several weeks, then straining the mixture and adding a simple syrup made from sugar and water. The liqueur is then bottled and aged for several months before being served.

Liquore Concerto has been recognized as a PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) by the Italian government, which means that it is produced using traditional methods and ingredients and is considered to be an important part of the cultural heritage of the Campania region.

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