The Tre Fontane Abbey is located in Rome at the holy site where the martyrdom of Saint Paul occurred in 67 A.D. Traditionally, it takes its name from the three miraculous sources which are said to have originated when the head of the apostle came into contact with the ground after he was beheaded.
In the Papal Annals, it is recorded that in 1140 Pope Innocence II ordered a group of buildings to be restored that were then in a state of disrepair. With the remaining Clunisians having been removed, «in gratitude he assigned it to St. Bernard and to the Cistercian Congregation».
Today the whole area is surrounded by beautiful euclayptus trees that were successfully planted by the Trappist monks from 1870 onwards to clear it of malaria.
An in-depth study and detailed knowledge of this plant enabled the Trappist community to produce a eucalyptus extract in 1873, which was soon appreciated for its notable balsamic and antiseptic properties.
They then went on to produce Eucalittino, a pleasant digestif with an intense and aromatic flavour. Much more recently, thanks to the discovery of a very old recipe, a beer has been produced that draws on the centuries-old wisdom of monks from the Abbey. It took several years of intensive work to refine the quality and finally, in May 2015, it received the ATP (Authentic Trappist Product) brand designation.
Spirits and tonic liqueurs flyer
Birra Tre Fontane cl. 33
Birra Tre Fontane cl. 75
Liquore Eucalittino cl. 50
Liquore Eucalittino bottiglia storica cl. 50
Liquore 20 Erbe cl. 50
Amaro Tre Fontane cl. 50
Amaro Tre Fontane al Luppolo cl. 50
Grappa Chardonnay all'Eucalyptus cl. 50