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Santa Claus Ouzo Miniature, a figure "adopted" from the wider western culture, portrays the -much loved among the kids- gift barer Santa, in a modern and contemporary way. Enjoy it served with your favorite appetizer Goes great with pickles, olives, or salted preserves, such as sardines or smoked salmon. Never drink ouzo alone! It is the only drink in the world one has to enjoy solely with friends: It has been proven that good company multiplies its anyway great taste. You can drink it with ice, cold water, or both. Experiment and decide on the taste you prefer most! Note that ouzo is crystal clear in its original form, but it becomes opaque, when you add water or ice. Drink slowly and always stop when you start feeling dizzy.
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Gogreek® is a new idea with the inspiring vision to feature and spread the Greek Culture through a contemporary approach. History, Tradition, Mythology, Philosophy, Astronomy are our main touchstones. Traditional viands, such as extra virgin Greek olive oil and ouzo miniatures, and elegant objects of everyday life such as coasters, pillowcases, mugs etc. are our vehicle. The Twelve Olympian Gods, heroes from the Greek History and Mythology, traditional costumes from all over the country, handmade wooden boats from the Greek Naval tradition are some of the topics we draw inspiration from, to create «gogreek® the collectibles», already multi - awarded for their labels and design.

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Ouzo (greek distillate) «Santa Claus» "Gogreek" bottle 50ml

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Product code: 004083 Gross Weight 174g
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Santa Claus Ouzo Miniature, a figure "adopted" from the wider western culture, portrays the -much loved among the kids- gift barer Santa, in a modern and contemporary way.

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