Galliano is all that is great about Italy. It is an Italian herb liqueur made from more than 30 herbs, spices, berries, and flowers from both alpine and tropical regions. The marriage of Italian herbs and spices with tropical aromas can be traced back to Arturo Vaccari, a brandy producer from Livorno in Tuscany.

Unique not only in the shape of its bottle, which recalls a classical roman column through its colour and name, but also in its extraordinary taste and aroma which is derived from a special bouquet combination.

Created in 1896, Galliano was originally intended for the Italian market. However, the drink rapidly developed an international following, thanks to Italians who travelled to every corner of the world.