Ouzo from Chios Island

Ouzo from Chios Island

Kitron Naxou is a lemon liqueur produced on the Greek island of Naxos. It is made from the fruit and leaves of the citron tree, which is similar to the lemon tree but stronger and slightly different in taste. Kitron comes in three varieties. The green variety is sweeter and contains less alcohol. The yellow variety is the strongest and has the least sugar. Clear Kitron is somewhere in between, and is perhaps the best for a new drinker to sample.

Kitron Naxou is a lemon liqueur produced on the Greek island of Naxos. It is made from the fruit and leaves of the citron tree, which is similar to the lemon tree but stronger and slightly different in taste. Kitron comes in three varieties. The green variety is sweeter and contains less alcohol. The yellow variety is the strongest and has the least sugar. Clear Kitron is somewhere in between, and is perhaps the best for a new drinker to sample.

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Beyond Ouzo: Greek Barrel-Aged Grape Distillates | Greek Food - Greek Cooking - Greek Recipes by Diane Kochilas

Have a bit of the Samian Tsiporu

Have a bit of the Samian Tsiporu

Mastiha, the most amazing Spirit. Comes from only one island (Chios)... a must try!

Mastiha, the most amazing Spirit. Comes from only one island (Chios)... a must try!

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Greek Mastic Liqueur Homericon

Rakomelo

Rakomelo

rakomelo - Google zoeken

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Greek ouzo ready to drink #yamas

Greek ouzo ready to drink #yamas

Greek Raki  Tsipouro, a strong distilled spirit containing approx. 37% alcohol per volume and is produced from the must-residue of the wine-press. The name tsipouro is used throughout the country, except for Crete, where the same spirit with a stronger aroma is known as tsikoudia. Also the Oriental name raki is used, from which the term "rakizio" is derived, used to refer to the drink's distillation process, which usually turns into a huge celebration among family, friends and neighbours.

Greek Raki Tsipouro, a strong distilled spirit containing approx. 37% alcohol per volume and is produced from the must-residue of the wine-press. The name tsipouro is used throughout the country, except for Crete, where the same spirit with a stronger aroma is known as tsikoudia. Also the Oriental name raki is used, from which the term "rakizio" is derived, used to refer to the drink's distillation process, which usually turns into a huge celebration among family, friends and neighbours.

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