Heady licorice notes mix with aromas of anise. The palate
is smooth and rich.
Pacharan is a sloe berry-infused liqueur with ancient roots in the Basque Country. There are many commercial versions of this liqueur, but the Acha family maintains an authentic recipe handed down by their ancestors. Local sloe berries from the Sierra de Orduna are macerated with an alcohol that has been distilled five times. Another batch of this alcohol is used to macerate three types of anise and is then distilled once more. Once both macerations are complete, these two products are blended with sugar and additional alcohol to create Pacharan Sierra de Orduna.
|Serve neat, chilled or over ice as a stand-alone, after-dinner liqueur.
|Founded in 1831, Destilerias Acha has been at the forefront of distillation in the Basque Country for years. The distillery is located in Amurrio, 50 km from the Cantabrian Sea. Today, Gabriel Acha maintains the traditions and recipes passed down by his ancestors for the distillation and creation of liqueurs and spirits with all natural ingredients. The distillery is famous for many products including the traditional Basque after-dinner drink known as Pacharan.