Tsipouro

Tsipouro is a distilled drink obtained from the remains of grape musts. In Macedonia and Thessaly, tsipouro is distilled by various cooperatives and sometimes also at home. It can vary in strength from 30% to 60%. Tsipouro is a surprisingly clear and pure drink. To add flavour, bunches of herbs are used in the distillation. Drink tsipouro as an aperitif.

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The webshop with the widest range of tsipouros

The largest selection of different tsipouros can be found at De Smaken van Griekenland. Our range offers a changing selection of now up to 15 tsipouros, all of which have their unique flavour characteristics, processes, recipes or place of production. On the product page of the tsipouros themselves, you will find all information about the specific ouzo. The bottles are securely wrapped and well packed, so you can enjoy a nice glass of tsipouro at home!

Our product range of Tsipouro:

In our assortment you will find about fifteen different Tsipouro's from different producers, all with their own taste. The most famous brand is Tsilili, everywhere in Greece you come across this brand and rightly so, because in our opinion this is also one of the best Tsipouros. Our range also offers special ones: the brand Agioneri makes fantastic aged Tsipouros with a very mild taste. Our most special product is the Dark Cave, which has matured for 5 years in oak barrels. Definitely worth a try for lovers of very special distillates.

The Tsipouros contain aniseed or not, which is clearly indicated with each product. For the people who cannot choose from all our Tsipouros, we have put together a tasting session: you will receive 5 different Tsipouros so that you can taste which one you prefer. Can't choose? Feel free to contact us, we are happy to help you find the right ouzo for the occasion.

How do you drink Tsipouro?

Feel like having a drink yourself? Tsipouro is often 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, in fact, all Greek meals. Tsipouro is indispensable during your holidays in Greece and your visit to a taverna. Tsipouro can also be shot, but beware: our Tsipouro's have an alcohol percentage of about 35%.

How Tsipouro is made

The basic ingredient of Tsipouro is the remains of grapes after wine has been made from them. These are mainly grape remnants such as skins and stalks. The drink tastes different on Mykonos, Crete and in Volos because of the different grape varieties used. Because the harvest of the grapes lasts only a limited number of weeks each year, that is also the only time in which Tsipouro can be made. The ingredients are kept secret and passed on from generation to generation. Tsipouro is the most consumed drink on the mainland of Greece.

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