Greece is home to several unique spirits besides wine. Ouzo is the primary spirit produced in Greece. This anise flavored liqueur is typically served with mezedes or "Greek Appetizers" such as chrisp phyllo stuffed with cheese, roasted almonds, or small mint and anise flavored lamb meatballs.
The production of this rare Ouzo, with an alcohol content of 48% Vo., is conducted at the first-rate multiple fractional distillation facilities. The aperitif is produced from pure ingredients, aniseed and a number of the other sweet-smelling herbs and seeds. Its taste is dry and ripe, making the palate overflow with sensation. More >
The ouzo consists of a pure essence of anisee and sweet-smelling herb, with an alcohol content of 46% Vol. The renowed Ouzo Barbayanni Blue has a pleasant scent, a pure and transparent color, and a delicate flavor, creating on your palate sensations of spring breezes and sun-kissed seas. More >
This very popular Greek Grapa from the Patsakis Distillery is smooth and bursting with sweet flavors and aromas reminiscent of the grapes used for distillation. More >
The fruity characteristic of the carefully selected grape varieties, over a background of orange tree blossoms, possibly make the Idoniko Tsipouro the most genuine grappa. More >
An anise flavored Greek liquor that has the authentic taste of tradition because it is distilled with a selected aromatic plant of the Greek country-side: the Macedonian anise that for centuries has been sweetening and touching the hearts of Greeks. More >
This eau de vie is distilled slowly and patiently from Muscat grapes to preserve the essential aromas of the Muscat grape: hints of roses, lemons and orange-tree blossoms. More >
Ouzo Plomari by Issidoros Arvanitis is the most popular Ouzo in Greece because it is smooth and bursting with flavors and aromas of anise, herbs and sweet spice. More >