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The history of Rakomelo goes back to the 12th century. Rakomelo is a unique liqueur. It is produced by mixing raki and honey, while the addition of cinnamon, clove are contributing to its unique taste. Enjoy it warm as tonic in your tea, while you can also taste it cold. Flavour : Naturally sweet taste of honey, with special raciness. Subtle presence of spices with a very rich and delicate mouthfeel Aroma : Strong and flamboyant, fruity and slightly nutty smell with a noticeable spirit entourage. Color : Bright, jazzy and warm gold-to-yellow hue.
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Product History
Traditional Greek liqueurs are products of a tasty combination of aromatic fruit and alcohol that fascinate us with their unique character. Accompanying candy and cookies, but also ideally served towards the end of a meal as digestive drinks.
Meet the producer: Roots Spirits
Roots Spirits

Originating from a 160 year old distillery, the Finest Roots Spirits combine the unique experience of four generations of distilling with an original inspiration in liqueur philosophy. Old recipes, having survived and matured through the years, are the starting point for our passion. Finest Roots is a range of four premium modern Greek liqueurs: Mastiha, Rakomelo, Tentura and Herb Spirit, the Greek amaro with ʻdiktamoʼ. Our philosophy is to offer true, pure and high quality tastes to the audience, with deep 'roots' in the past and an essential presence today. Contrary to common practices, every last drop of our drinks is made with only 100% natural extracts, without any flavor essences or artificial additives.

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Traditional liqueur «Rakomelo» with mountain honey from Attica "Roots" 700ml

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Product code: 001732 Gross Weight 1.675kg
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A unique liqueur with a very rich and delicate mouthfeel!
Meet the producer: Roots Spirits
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