Category: Ouzo Barbayani

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Since 1860, the Barbayanni family in the town of Plomari has been making special ouzos. The climate, the water quality, a special kind of aniseed and other aromatic plants make this ouzo special. In our assortment, you will find samples with 48% alcohol and bottles with only the best distillates. Order and try this very unique ouzo. Yammas!

For lovers of ouzo from Mytilini, according to an ancient recipe. 43% alcohol. The classic taste of ouzo. It is the most sold ouzo of Barbayani.    

17.75 Incl. VAT

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For lovers of ouzo from Mytilini, according to an ancient recipe. 48% alcohol. For lovers of classic beauty. Since 1962 the absolute top of the Barbayani family. Certainly

19.95 Incl. VAT

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For lovers of ouzo from Mytilini, according to an ancient recipe. 47% alcohol.  Created in 1950, this ouzo is an excellent accompaniment to seafood.

18.75 Incl. VAT

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For lovers of ouzo from Mytilini, according to an ancient recipe. 48% alcohol. For lovers of classic beauty. Since 1962 the absolute top of the Barbayani family. Certainly

6.50 Incl. VAT

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For lovers of ouzo from Mytilini, according to an ancient recipe. 43% alcohol. The classic taste of ouzo. It is the most sold ouzo of Barbayani.

5.75 Incl. VAT

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Ouzo Barbayanni

It was 1860 when Efstathios J. Barbayannis arrived in the picturesque port of Plomari, on the rich, fertile and sunny island of Lesbos in Greece. The flowing waters of the island gave life to an excellent variety of aniseed and to hundreds of rare, sweet-smelling herbs. Today, in Plomari, in the ultra-modern Barbayannis production facilities, ouzo and technology are combined with history and tradition. The Barbayannis family has faithfully preserved the 160-year-old ouzo tradition. The family carefully selects high-quality natural ingredients for its ouzo and pays particular attention to the distillation process of the ouzo, which is still carried out in the old, traditional way. The last five generations have passionately pursued perfection of the taste of the ouzo aperitif. Throughout the world, the name Barbayannis is strongly associated with ouzo, the finest Greek ouzo liqueur drink. This success is due to the secret family recipe, which has underpinned the quality and taste of Ouzo Barbayannis for five generations.

How to drink ouzo:

Ouzo can be kept in the refrigerator, freezer or just in the cupboard. Ouzo is served in a small Ouzo (shot) glass or in a glass with a long neck. It can be drunk straight or with ice cubes. Adding water or ice gives the ouzo a white colour. In Greece, you toast, shout 'Yammas' and drink it in one go. Then you are a real Magas. But ouzo can also be drunk quietly, accompanied by small snacks. These are also called Mezedes in Greece. Some good accompaniments are squid, sardines, fried courgettes, Greek salad, olives, feta cheese and basically all Greek meals. Ouzo is indispensable during your holiday in Greece and your visit to a taverna.

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