TSIPOURO WITH ANISE MYTHIKO
Tsipouro is a Greek alcoholic beverage that began its course about seven centuries ago in the monasteries of Mount Athos. Tsikoudia or Raki in Crete is similar, but the main difference is that tsikoudia is a product of single distillation. In other countries, similar drinks are Italian grapefruit, Middle Eastern peas and Cypriot zivani. Tsipouro is most often 36 to 45 degrees alcoholic. It should not be confused with ouzo, a drink made in a different way.
Its sweetened nose "scents" the notes of fennel and other seeds. As long as it stays in the glass it charmingly opens and softens. Soft and pleasant mouth with a slightly sweet aftertaste.