Characteristics:

The tradition of our coffee liquor and the legacy of our coffee making ancestors has been handed down to us through our Café de Feta. We use their secret and unchanged recipe to produce this delicious aperitif.

Despite being one of the most distinctive coffee aperitifs in the range, it follows the same principle of this spirit drink. In keeping with traditional methods for making the iconic spirit drink of coffee liquor, the production process for Café de Feta begins with the maceration of various kinds of naturally roasted Arabica coffee in neutral alcohol. This maceration usually lasts around ten days and its alcohol content is 14%, making a coffee aperitif with a set of unique and extraordinary properties.

The delicious flavour and aroma are the qualities that set it apart from other coffee aperitifs. The product is characterised by the excellent combination of its unique intensity and flavour, in perfect harmony with its mild alcohol content.

This is not just any coffee aperitif, it is a carefully made product with exquisite flavour, and can be drunk straight or combined with a range of soft drinks.

If you like the flavour of traditional coffee liquor but you prefer a milder drink, Café de Feta is the perfect choice.

Suggestions Café de Feta is ideal for drinking straight or in a range of combinations, such as the ones described below:

– Plisplay. Café de Feta combined with cola in a tall tumbler, with 40% Café de Feta coffee liquor and 60% cola. Perfect as an aperitif or as an evening drink.

– Burret. Café de Feta combined with cola and ice, in a tall tumbler with a couple of ice cubes, 40% Café de Feta coffee liquor and 60% cola. Perfect as an aperitif or as an evening drink.

– Mentira. Café de Feta combined with lemon frappe, 1/3 Café de Feta coffee liquor and 2/3 lemon frappe. The most delicious and refreshing drink.

– Café de Feta combined with lemon soda, 40% Café de Feta coffee liquor and 60% lemon soda. Ideal for an aperitif.

Café de Feta in 25 cl format or commonly known as “barrolet”

Proof

14º