Filu 'e Ferru' Silvio Carta - Distilled liqueur Filu ‘e Ferru’ is synonymous with Sardinia. Silvio Carta has reinterpreted it, bottling only the heart of distillation. The true essence of Sardinia. Alcohol content 42% 50 cl.
This is the classic liqueur deriving from the popular tradition of Sardinia. The ruby red colour has initially violet reflections, which with time tend to fade to warmer hues: testimony to the natural evolution of the colouring substances from the myrtle berry. Alcohol content 32% 70 cl.
In questa crema di limoncello il gusto fresco e delicatamente fruttato dei limoni maturati sotto il sole della Sardegna si fonde con la vellutata delicatezza della crema di latte. Una specialità che affascina per il suo gusto unico e inconfondibile. Si apprezza al meglio se servito fresco. 17% Vol 50 cl.
Filu 'e ferru is a grappa distinguished for its vigour, tempered by the slight and characteristic aromatization date from the seeds of wild fennel, and Golden Branch, obtained by the infusion of the peel of lemons grown in the respect of the natural life of the plant, following an ancient recipe, guarded over the years by the tradition of the House of...
The Pompia is a citrus fruit that grows in Siniscola. In Siniscola this plant is used in the preparation of the town's traditional sweets known as ''Sa Pompia Intrea'' and ''S 'Aranzata".This fruit is used to produce lots of food preparations, including slush, ice creams, jams and an excellent digestive liqueur.
Mirto di Sardegna Monte Arcosu - Zedda Piras The precious berries and leaves of myrtle bushes growing spontaneously in the ancient woodlands of the Oasis at Monte Arcosu are meticulously selected and harvested by hand. Mirto Monte Arcosu Zedda Piras is made using traditional techniques in tandem with rigorous modern quality control systems. Cl 70 Vol 35%
The strong point of Bresca Dorada’s myrtle liqueur is the use of honey, a far better sweetener than sugar. This allows the right level of sweetness without using excessive amounts of sugar wich is very important because the delicate myrtle flavour isn’t covered up. Honey also gives the liqueur a soft velvety taste. 70 cl.