The scent of the myrtle plant is one the strongest memories that our island leaves its visitors.
The delicate liqueur "Green Myrtle" with its intenselyaromatic scent and pleasantly delicate taste is a reminder of this plant.
It's made from young myrtle leaves, picked by hand with regard to the well-being of the plant and the environment.
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Bresca Dorada in the Sardinian language means golden honeycomb but also something small and very precious, such as honey was for Sardinian peasants.
This name encloses within itself the history of an enterprise born out of the respect and love for nature, tradition and quality, which prompted its founding partners, Enrico Diana and Paolo Melis, to establish their activity at Monte Liuru, in the Muravera countryside, approximately 50 km from Cagliari, an almost inaccessible area at that time.
A pristine valley, two friends and an idea.
The idea was to become beekeepers and produce honey and other products from beehives.
So it was that in 1986, Paolo Melis and Enrico Diana founded Bresca Dorada. Together with their team, they started with over 600 bee hives.
Moving them from one pasture to another, they produced different kinds of delicious honey from the island’s flowers.
In 1990 they expanded into agricultural tourism. The two friends had a hobby: making home-made myrtle liqueur. When they started serving it as an after dinner digestive drink their customers were enthusiastic. Their reactions convinced the two partners to increase production and add it to their product list.
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