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Tsilili Tsipouro Brandy

Tsilili Tsipouro Brandy

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Tsilili Tsipouro Brandy Thessaly Consists The Fatherland Of Tsipouro With A Long Historical Tradition And The Region With The Largest Producing Tsipouro In The Country. Tsipouro With The Geographical Indication "Thessaly" Is A Recognized Product From The EU With Particular Organoleptic Characteristics. The Tsipouro Of Thessaly Is Produced From Grapes Grown In Greece And Distilled In Official Distilleries Within The Department. Well Ripened Grapes Of Aromatic Varieties, Such As Hamburg Muscat And Roditis, In Combination With Double Or Multiple Distillation In Discontinuous Pot Stills Produce A Distillate With A High Aromatic Profile, A Full Body And A Soft Finish. The Flavoring Of Tsipouro With Fennel And Anise Was A Regional Tradition, Although Modern Consumers Show Greater Preference To The Unflavored Local Tsipouro. Produced from grapes of aromatic varieties grown in Thessaly. This fermentation of the grape pomace is distilled 9 times through a small copper pot still. The hearts are held in a tank for 3 months before being diluted and bottled. Crystal-bright in appearance, with intense fruity aromas of citrus fruits like bergamot and lemon, white peach, floral notes of rose and herbal hints of mint. On the palate, it is smooth and aromatic with soft alcohol and a long minty finish.
Item Number: Tsilili Tsipouro Brandy
Availability: In Stock 3
Size: 750ML

Tsilili Tsipouro Brandy

Thessaly Consists The Fatherland Of Tsipouro With A Long Historical Tradition And The Region With The Largest Producing Tsipouro In The Country. Tsipouro With The Geographical Indication "Thessaly" Is A Recognized Product From The EU With Particular Organoleptic Characteristics. The Tsipouro Of Thessaly Is Produced From Grapes Grown In Greece And Distilled In Official Distilleries Within The Department. Well Ripened Grapes Of Aromatic Varieties, Such As Hamburg Muscat And Roditis, In Combination With Double Or Multiple Distillation In Discontinuous Pot Stills Produce A Distillate With A High Aromatic Profile, A Full Body And A Soft Finish. The Flavoring Of Tsipouro With Fennel And Anise Was A Regional Tradition, Although Modern Consumers Show Greater Preference To The Unflavored Local Tsipouro.

Produced from grapes of aromatic varieties grown in Thessaly. This fermentation of the grape pomace is distilled 9 times through a small copper pot still. The hearts are held in a tank for 3 months before being diluted and bottled. Crystal-bright in appearance, with intense fruity aromas of citrus fruits like bergamot and lemon, white peach, floral notes of rose and herbal hints of mint. On the palate, it is smooth and aromatic with soft alcohol and a long minty finish.


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