18.11.2015
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Pacharán

Pacharán

Originally from the Basque Country, Pacharán is a red liquor that comes from the sloe (a wild plum from Navarra, Spain) and it contains between 20 and 30 degrees alcohol. The history involved with this digestive liquor is set in the Middle Times and it acquired appellation of origin in 1988, it is suggested that you drink it cold (45F or 7C) and is said to have medical properties that facilitate digestion. We recommend it dry because when it is mixed, Pacharán loses its aroma and sweet flavor.