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Mr Black Coffee Amaro
£36.99

Mr Black Coffee Amaro is a bitter liqueur inspired by Italy’s after-dinner drink tradition and Australia’s coffee culture. This special edition recipe captures the flavours and aromas found in both beverages: bright fruits, abundant herbs and seductive spices.

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The story of Mr Black starts in 2013 with a chance meeting between Philip Moore, one of Australia’s foremost distillers, and Tom Baker, coffee-nerd and designer. “Holy f**k, this is delicious”, Tom exclaimed after taking a swig of Philip’s coffee liqueur, “every bar world needs a bottle of this”. Together, they founded Mr Black Roasters & Distillers in August 2013 with a simple mission: take Australia’s coffee culture into the night.

From humble beginnings, Mr Black has grown to encompass a collective of roasters, distillers, baristas and fanatics, preaching the virtues of coffee after dark.

Each and every bottle is made by hand at their coffee roastery and distillery just north of Sydney, Australia. Their roasters source specialty beans from the best growing regions to create complex spirits that are bold, balanced and unapologetically coffee, without compromise or equal.

Producing consistently concentrated cold brew and fine-tuning water composition, temperature and time are lifelong obsessions for both head of coffee, Detlef Mohr, and Master Distiller, Philip Moore. The difference between something good and something great, after all, comes down to the details.

Mr Black Coffee Amaro is a bitter liqueur inspired by Italy’s after-dinner drink tradition and Australia’s coffee culture. This special edition recipe captures the flavours and aromas found in both beverages: bright fruits, abundant herbs and seductive spices.

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Name Mr Black Coffee Amaro
Country Australia
Region Sydney, New South Wales
ABV% 28.5%
Size 700ml
Dietary Information Gluten-Free
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