It is a distillate of experience and knowledge that brings to our glass nostalgic smells and forgotten flavors from the past. Produced from grapes of aromatic varieties grown in Thessaly.
Crystalline on the face, with strong spicy aromas of anise, fennel and licorice, fruity aromas of bergamot and fig and herbal notes of mint. In the mouth it is soft and sweet drink with a long herbal finish.
It is consumed with the addition of cool water and ice, taking a blue form and combined with traditional appetizers.
The relationship of the Tsilili family with tsipouro and wine is a family affair. It starts immediately after the Second World War when Efthymios Tsililis, as the commissioner of the village church, is responsible for the community distillation ambush while at the same time, he reveals the secrets of tsipouro to his fellow villagers. In the following decades, the family cultivates its own vineyard and produces tsipouro and wine for its own use, according to the traditional custom of the people of the area.