Greece

70cl

40%

Apostolakis Manifesto Barrel-Aged Tsipouro

A premium oak aged Tsipouro, purely distilled Greek spirit made from Muscat grapes

Producer | Apostolakis
Country of origin |
Size | 70cl
ABV | 40%

Price £35.99

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Description

Manifesto Grego is a premium Tsipouro purely distilled Greek spirit made from Muscat grapes that are exclusively grown in the Thessalian vineyards. It’s traditional and multiple distillation, the aging in oak barrels and the unique blend of the barrels that lead to the final soft and distinctive spirit. Enjoy with ice and juice as a long drink or with a twist or slice of orange or mandarin on the rocks. The local tradition and the distillation process dates back to 1922 when refugees from Asia Minor settled in Nea Ionia. Those refugees stayed faithful to their old habits and lifestyle, so after work they would gather in homes and taverns, the so-called “tsipouradika’’, where they sipped the traditional tsipouro from Smyrna. The spirit was home distilled with great care and passion. Over time, the locals also joined them, and they were slowly initiated into the secret recipes and method of preparation. Nowadays, tsipouro is considered to be the traditional drink of the region and it makes the perfect accompaniment to the seafood delicacies. Tsipouradika, which originated about a century ago, continues to be a meeting point for all kinds of people.

The Perfect Serve

Serve 100 ml neat and chilled (from the freezer)

INGEDIENTS: Apostolakis Manifesto Barrel-Aged Tsipouro
IDEAL GLASSWARE: : Shot glass
TASTE & AROMA PROFILE: Rich, Earthy, Non-anise based
METHOD: Serve neat and chilled – not on ice, as an appetizer before the meal, as a digestive after the meal as well as with meze. Once open, tightly seal the stopper and store the bottle away from direct sunlight and heat

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