Light and pleasant to taste with the distinctive flavour of anise, a touch of mastic, and flower. As an apperetif ouzo, you can choose to drink it with water or ice, which adds a rich emulsion. It is the perfect accompaniment for appetizing delicacies such as olives, Kalloni's salted sardines, fried cheece, grilled octopus, seafood, scallops, or clams.
It is the company's everyday ouzo
Sweet and light, it combines measured the Lisvori anise taste with a rich palette of earthy flavors and starch. This ouzo, produced by 100% distillation, has a long aftertaste and is preferably drunk with the addition of cold water.
It is the perfect accompaniment to gastronomic events that include grilled fresh fish or squid, shrimp or fried clams, sun-dried octopus or mackerel, with a salad of home grown fresh vegetables.
A flavour and aroma that reminds one of those special summer moments.
The traditional recipe of Dimitris Yiannatsis has survived the ravages of time and, after almost a century, still lives on today.
A product of exceptional quality, perfectly balanced in flavor, sweet without sugar or other sweeteners, naturally flavoured with fragrant herbs - blessed by the land of Lesvos - diluted only with the unique Plomari well water, it goes directly from the distillary to the glass.
«That's how ouzo was in the old times...» commented an elder cafe customer in Polichnitos, as he took a sip from his glass
In the shadow of Olympus mountain at an altitude of 700 meters, the Romans planted the first chestnut field 2.000 years ago. And this field slowly spread to 10,000 acres, reaching Megalochori village
And at spring, when the chestnut trees bloom their yellow blossom, beekeepers bring and spread their hives into the field ...
... at the bottom, a cap from the blessed wood of the lesbian olive tree, worked by the expert hands of a local woodcarver, reveals the quality.
When the chestnuts, the beekeeper, the woodcarver and the distiller worker cooperated, they were able to compose this excellent handmade lesbian drink and made us all proud ...