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Amphora 7 Star is a 7 year old Greek brandy, with botanicals and muscat wine. The brand was created by Spyros Metaxa in 1888.
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Well the 7* version is way too sweet in taste for someone like me, though it has a rich taste of different botanics and a clear taste of the muscat wine which is the main cause of the sweetness. I do recommend it for people who like sweet stuff not for the casual brandy lover. My personal recommendation is the Metaxa Grand Fine
4th February 2016
Love the stuff, especially in winter in front of the fireplace. Always drink it neat. It makes no sense to have a drink thats being aging for 7+ years, and then ruin it by mixing it in a cocktail. Use something cheaper for that. Having said that, I recently used it to create a home make liquer with sour cherries. Briefly, this is sour cherries mixed with sugar, whole cloves and cinnamon sticks which is placed in a glass bottle (sealed) and left in the sun for 3 months. I then run it through a coffee filter to clarify it and mix it with Metaxa 7 star. That rests for about a month. The result is heaven.
8th September 2015
just the best
10th September 2014
The best of the best!Congratulations!Vivienne Morris Journalist Melbourne Australia
16th June 2014
I only drink Brandy neat, had a bottle of covoursier xo brought for me last year. Very nice but I LOVE METAXA 7 star better. Very smooth drink.
27th October 2013
I bought this bottle to try based on the good reviews I've read. I only drink brandies and cognac straight. Tasted funny, herbal, and more medicine like. Might be ok for mixing cocktails but definitely not enjoyable straight. Preferred the St. Remy french brandies or better yet, cognacs.
29th May 2013
I've just returned from Greece with a bottle of this having fallen in love with it on holiday, only to find i can get it (MUCH) cheaper here! Ah well, i know where to come when it runs out...
7th July 2010