Refreshing Terma Amargo Serrano and Terma Amargo Cuyano - Great for easy Mix Drinks
Terma Amargo Cuyano and Terma Amargo Serrano are traditional Argentine non-alcoholic drinks that combine the best properties of the herbs from this Land and are, due to their natural ingredients very digestive. Amargo Cuyano, contains herbs from the Andes range in Cuyo region, such as juniper and gentian, while Amargo Serrano is based on herbs native to the Cordoba hills, such as chamomile and thyme. It is said that tribes from the American Southwest prepared a drink based on the maceration of wild herbs thought by them to have invigorating and energetizing qualities. This beverage was the predecessor of Terma. In 1931, the Indian tradition was picked up, and a small soda water plant was set up in Alta Gracia (Province of Córdoba, Argentina) where, with chemistry books and an enterprising spirit, Terma Serrano was finally developed. Drink it cold with ice, soda water or regular watar and maybe even a slice of lemon.