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Bordiga 1888

Bordiga Distillery was born in 1888 in Cuneo when Cavalier Pietro Bordiga create his own original recipe of Vermouth di Torino. The success was immediate. Bordiga started supplying important venues including the historic Caffè Mulassano in Turin, one of the oldest in Italy, which still today has its own Vermouth produced by Bordiga.

Cuneo is the perfect location for a Distillery. It is located at the footsteps of the Alps for the herbs, still hand-picked today and used for liqueurs and distillates. Bordiga is close to the Langhe, homeland of the excellent wines of Piedmont such as Barolo and Barbaresco.

Bordiga 1888
Gin was first made by Bordiga in 1889, and this gin is still made from the original recipe. In addition to orange and lemon peel, only four main botanicals are used, juniper, angelica, cardamom, and a secret ingredient the distillery harvests locally from the Occitan Alps. The juniper used grows ...
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The secret of this sublime Vermouth is the mix of Piedmont’s Nebbiolo - whence the well-known Barolo and Barbaresco are produced - and white wines carefully selected and mixed with herbal infusions, spices and roots.
Bordiga’s White Vermouth is made, according to the original recipe, with simple and top quality ingredients, wines and natural infusions according to the original recipe. The final result is a unique and unmatched taste.
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Its typical pale colour, the dry and slightly bitter flavor notes, and an intense and persistent bouquet are the outcome of this historic recipe, which exalts the herbal infusions blended harmoniously.
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For its 130th anniversary, Bordiga has relaunched its historical Vermouth Excelsior. According to the original recipe, it is produced using Nebbiolo wine aged in wooden barrel for three years.
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This sweet, citrusy and lightly bitter Aperitivo is perfect if drunk with ice and orange peel. Otherwise, it tastes also very nice if combined with a good prosecco or blended.
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This tempered and citrusy sweet Red Bitter is made following the original recipe, recalling the Fifties. Although traditional ingredients are used, they have been rebalanced to better comply with current tastes.
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It releases a typical bitter-sweet flavour along with a strong herbal scent. If you are looking for a citrusy Bitter mixed with natural mountain herbs infusions, this is the one for you. this is the typically Bordiga’s liquor for you.
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This historic recipe – made with infusions, flowers and alpine herbal spirits – is characterized by a small amount of alcohol. At the same time, it releases a strong and distinctive taste you will not forget.
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Its incredible sweet taste and the balanced alcohol content are the reason why this Bitter is an outstanding product, easily appreciated by all experts.
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Centoerbe di Bordiga is a natural liqueur born from the refinement of an ancient recipe over the years. In it, infusions and distillates of aromatic herbs with digestive power, flowers and roots from the Alpine territory of the Occitan Valleys surrounding the distillery are arranged.
The collecti...
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An intense and harmonic product that is balanced both in taste and in its alcoholic structure. This historic recipe knows how to satisfy those who are looking for a top quality Bitter.
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This well-known national liquor is made with sweet “Marasche” cherries pits, from which it takes its name. It is ideal as digestive if drunk alone, great as thirst quenching if diluted in water or orange juice.
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Fine liquor historically produced by “Knight” Pietro Bordiga using pure “China Calissaia” bark, carefully mixed with other herbal medicine. It is delicious consumed as after meals, revitalising if enjoyed hot.
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Natural herbal Bitter made according to the original recipe. Without any doubt, this typical liquor is characterized by a very pleasant taste. We suggest to drink it straight, with ice or combined with coffee.
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Refined liquor made with top quality Chinese rhubarb roots, following the antique recipe by Knight Pietro Bordiga. It is an excellent digestive if consumed pure, fantastic appetizer if mixed with soda.
Primary Botanicals: star anise, licorice root, wild fennel seed, gentiana lutea (roots), gentiana acaulis (flowers), wild thyme flowers. Star anise and licorice root differentiate Pastis from its anise-flavored predecessor, absinthe. Bordiga’s version is light and dry, with a defined salinity and...
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The Absinthe Bordiga is produced according to an ancient recipe from 1903 in the distillery Bordiga in Italy. The local spring water as well as the herbs from the region give this Absinthe an unforgettable spicy aroma and a light tart and elegant taste. The Absinthe Bordiga can either be enjoyed ...
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