Since it was first developed in 2007, the Paper Plane has become a fixture on cocktail menus around the world. It’s an uncomplicated drink, with equal-parts bourbon, Aperol, lemon juice, and Amaro Nonino. The recipe calls for a base of Amaro Nonino Quintessentia, a digestivo from the legendary Nonino distillery in Friuli, Italy. This particular amaro comes from an ancient recipe, passed down through generations of the Nonino family. The notes of spice, licorice, and herbs bring a level of complexity to the Paper Plane. Together, the ingredients combine to create a modern-day classic that’s here to stay.