A Greek aniseed spirit, flavoured with aniseed, anise, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and fennel. Ouzo 12 was originally produced by the Kaloynannis brothers who moved to Piraeus in 1919.… More info
This is the Roots Mastiha liqueur, made using mastic - a type resin found on mastic trees on Chios island. At points in history, this resin was used as a medicine and as a type of breath freshener… More info
An Ouzo produced as part of the Babatzim range (which is also home to a Tsipouro, a Greek pomace brandy). Oodles of classic anise and fennel notes here - perfect for accompanying a delicious meze.… More info
A bottling of everyone's favourite anise flavoured Greek spirit from Issidoros Arvanitis. Woo, party! More info
A rather traditionally-styled Ouzo from Greece, evidently distilled to a secret recipe that belongs to the Tsantali family. More info
A richly herbaceous Mastiha Liqueur from Greece. If you're not familiar with Mastiha, it's a liqueur made with the essential oil extract of the resin of the rare mastiha tree, which are grown on the… More info
An intense spirit drink from Loukatos Bros in Greece, combining classic anise-forward notes of Ouzo and sweet, juicy cherry. Rather refreshing over ice. More info
An intriguing herb spirit from the Roots range in Greece, made using Dittany of Crete among ingredients including vanilla pods, liquorice root and nutmeg. Dittany of Crete is a seldom seen plant (at… More info
A classic Greek aniseed liqueur, produced originally by the Kaloynannis brothers. Legend is, those brothers made a multitude of different Ouzo recipes and found the one in Barrel Number 12 to be the… More info
While the Kentos Mastiha is presented at 20% ABV, the Enosis is a premium Mastiha expression, bottled at 30% ABV. Made with the essence of the resin of the rare mastiha tree grown on the Greek island… More info
Skinos Mastiha is a Greek liqueur made using the resin from the mastiha tree on the Greek island of Chios. The resin is harvested by making small cuts in the tree, bringing out drops of the resin… More info
Made using traditional Greek ingredients, including mastic from a Mediterranean tree, Mataxa Ouzo is an authentic aperitif with a bittersweet liquorice taste. It's like we've been teleported to a… More info
Pair the lip-smacking aniseed notes of Ouzo with juicy orange notes and what do you have? You've got the Loukatos Bros Ouzo & Orange Spirit Drink, of course! Tasty over ice or with a sweet mixer. More info
The Loukatos Bros in Greece combine robust aniseed notes of Ouzo with fresh, vibrant lemon to create this lively spirit drink. Pour over ice and enjoy. More info
From the Roots range comes a modern presentation of Tentura liqueur, which dates back to the 15th century. A rich, subtly spicy drink, made with cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and citrus. Would probably… More info
Roots Rakomelo is a modern presentation of a traditional Greek liqueur, which is a mixture of grape pomace distillate, honey, cinnamon and clove buds. With those ingredients, expect a warming tipple… More info
John Tetteris Bros
1970s Ouzo, the classic Greek anise-flavoured aperitif. This comes from the Tetteris family, which still produces the aperitif today. More info
Jean S. Tetteris
An antique Greek liqueur from the 1950s, which we think might have been made using mastic tree resin.
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A 1950s bottle of Botrys Ouzo, which was likely enjoyed alongside a platter of delicious delicacies to compliment the intense anise flavour. It was bottled at 37% ABV, though we can't seem to find a… More info
Theodora S. Alamanou
A very collectible bottle of Corfou Kumquat Liqueur, produced over 50 years ago in Greece. Should be very interesting indeed...
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Classic Ouzo here, for all those who want to relive their anise-fuelled 1970s Greek getaways.
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Botrys Ouzo, twice distilled in Greece in the 1960s. Antique, collectible and at some point probably went rather well with feta cheese.
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A rare 1960s liqueur from Greece. More info
This is an Ouzo made in the 1980s and is a great addition to any spirits collection! More info
This is a bottle of the classic Greek aperitif Ouzo made infusing star anise, herbs and spices with the alcohol. This is big on the aniseed flavours and great for reminiscing about holidays or Greek… More info