When the delicate milk cream is mixed with the strong notes of the myrtle infusion, myrtle liqueur cream is born, refined, light and with a great character, which gives a pleasant sensation of freshness. Enjoy fresh at the end of a meal; ideal for the preparation of fruit salads and to accompany desserts and ice cream. Myrtle berries generally ripen from November to January, when they are harvested.
This phase is still carried out manually by expert operators who collect the berries, which are then placed inside steel silos where the hydro-alcoholic infusion begins.
Sardinian Myrtle is synonymous of traditional liqueur, the unique flavour and colour of myrtle liqueur are due to the myrtle plant fruit, "Myrtus communis", which produces blue-violet berries, making it a unique liqueur. The organoleptic characteristics are present in the skin of the berries that give the colour to the liqueur, while the tannins present in the pulp, are responsible for the astringent taste and volatile compounds that give the liqueur its exclusive flavour. Gastronomic pairings: thanks to its properties, the Myrtle of Sardinia is included among the digestive so it should be drunk after a meal, even if it is often used as an aperitif. The best way to appreciate it is frozen, poured from bottles stored in the freezer.
Mirto Bianco is the soft embrace to the scent of myrtle, elegant and enchanting, where sweet and bitter are married. A liqueur that knows how to amaze for its authentic taste, rich but delicate and full of Mediterranean flavors. White Myrtle is a pleasant summer breeze that smells of Sardinia.