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Wild thistle liqueur - Likori de Gureu - Traditional Sardinian product

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Wild Thistle Liqueur

Likori de Gureu

PAT - Traditional Sardinian Agri-food Product recognized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, on the proposal of the Sardinia region.

Alcohol, a lovely pale yellow color, pleasantly bitter flavor.
Often the liquor, packed in transparent glass bottles, infusion may contain a piece of thistle.
In the tradition of the alcoholic base is reaching from marc, pure no different flavorings.
The following are used for the preparation of this liqueur: wild thistles (gureu), freshly picked usually in full spring, cleaned from the outer skin and thorns and then infused with brandy for at least 30 days, after which the extract is filtered and the liquor can be consumed.
If the alcohol is used in place of the spirit, after the infusion period, the alcohol content is reduced by diluting it with a syrup of water and sugar.
Il thistle liqueur it is an alcoholic beverage produced according to this ancient recipe from time immemorial, as indicated by verbal evidence.

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