Why isn't there a bottle of this in my liquor cabinet already? Santa Maria Novella Elisir di Rose ("The Elixir of roses is a traditional liquor, based gallic rose syrup, which has digestive properties and vitamins through its petals. Ideal for flavour fruit salads, sherbet ice cream, tea, hot or cold. Great Aperitif: served with chilled white wine, preferably dry with sparkling wine or rum.") Yes, folks, vitamins! (Plus, 35% alcohol). And they also make Elisir di China, Elisir di Edimburgo, Cappuchino Liquore, Liquore Mediceo and several others (including a red one called Alkermes that is said to be an ancestor of Campari, and that probably would have cured my Lyme disease). Somebody pick me up a few next time you're in Florence, yes?