Ouzo is classified as “distilled anis“, in other words the aromatic substances are traditionally obtained by means of distillation of a solution containing water and alcohol in the presence of the seeds. There is no translation of the word “ouzo”, nevertheless -thanks to the small and easy to pronounce name- this traditional Greek apperitif is renowned around the world. It is an eloquent symbol of Greek summer.
It was in 1890 when the Tsantali family started making this classic Greek spirit of distilled anis.
The authentic family recipe has been handed down from generation to generation with great care. This long-standing heritage has been the core value of this iconic brand. The time-honored OYZO TSANTALI keeps guarding the authentic taste of tradition.