This herbal bitter is produced in Piedmont, in a more than 130-year-old cellar, handcrafted, traditional, and without additives. In the past, a bitter was composed of aromatic concentrates of fruits, seeds, spices, flowers, and infused with high-proof alcohol to cure various ailments.


Di Battista is made with Gentian, Wormwood, Rhubarb, and two types of Italian blond oranges: from Calabria and Sicily. It is the combination of these ingredients that gives it its bitter and floral touch.

Mapa Ingredientes Bitter Di Battista
Ajenjo para Bitter Di Battista


Genciana para Bitter Di Battista


Ruibarbo para Bitter Di Battista


Naranja Oval Calabresa

Calabrian Oranges

Naranja Sinaguinea de Sicilia

Sicilian Oranges



Our Family.

Our Pride.

Our History.

Bitter Di Battista is a tribute to the many Italian families that migrated to America. Our liqueur is a homage to the memory of Domenico Di Battista, the great-grandfather of Marcos Di Battista, our founder and the owner of our recipe. The origin of our story dates back to the late 19th century when Domenico left Italy and landed in America. The origin of our story dates back to the late 19th century when Domenico left Italy and landed in America

Di Battista Historia
Marcos Di Battista


Marcos Di Battista was born in La Plata (Argentina), where he lived until he arrived in Mexico. Once settled in North America, he worked in the advertising and gastronomy industries. Currently, he is the owner of Comedor de los Milagros and Comedor Lucerna. He is also one of the owners of the prestigious “Handshake,” the second-best bar in North America and the best bar in Mexico, according to the renowned list of The World’s 50 Best Bars.



Di Battista recovers the method of old liqueurs with a modern recipe. Our production is in small batches, respecting the sustainability of the ingredients and the artisanal craftsmanship.