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Marito verde

27% ABV

Marito’s wonderfully green – that’s clear. But there’s also a great deal going on inside: all manner of carefully selected Swiss herbs, processed with painstaking attention to detail. The blend is perfect: Marito has a stimulating lemon-fresh aroma. And the bitter-sweetness on the palate exhibits depth. Marito is refreshingly different and completely natural. 

Swiss herbs, naturally

A host of different herbs, all grown, nurtured, tended and carefully selected in different regions of Switzerland.
Here are the main four.

What a captivating and distinctive scent. Who doesn’t like it? That is why we appreciate lemon balm as a versatile herb and medicinal plant.

This bitter herb has been cultivated for centuries in cloister gardens due to its beneficial effects.

This traditional medicinal plant is a common sight in Switzerland. It grows in meadows and on waysides.

Lemon verbena is in the Verbenaceae family, and it too has a wonderful fragrance. As early as the 18th century, it was taken from Chile to Europe.

Cool breeze

There are moments when everything’s just right:
after work on a warm summer’s day, at sundown by the lake, with friends on a day out. And as accompaniment: Marito, the fruity, sparkling Swiss herb aperitif – the natural drink for exactly those moments.

 

The simple way to a perfect Marito

The flavours develop best in a large flute glass. Add the ice cubes and 4 cl Marito verde. Fill with 14 cl soda water and add a slice of lemon. That's it! Quickly made, it is tasty and refreshing.
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Production

Choosing the herbs

Choosing the herbs

All of our herbs are grown in Switzerland, some we cultivate ourselves in our very own herb garden, others we take from various regions around Switzerland.

Maceration

Maceration

The dried herbs are soaked during a process called maceration. This extracts the flavours from the herbs.

Distillation

Distillation

The fresh herbs are distilled. This extraordinary and unique process of combining distillation and maceration is one of our secrets.

Careful filtration

Careful filtration

Once all components are brought together, the finished Marito is carefully filtered. This prevents the liqueur from becoming cloudy.

Bottling

Bottling

Finally, the Marito is bottled in our bottling plant and given its delightful label.

That’s it!

That’s it!

The fresh aperitif made from Swiss herbs is ready to drink.

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