BARBAYANNI
BLUE
CLASSIC TASTE
46% Vol.
100%
DISTILLED

Blue Greek Ouzo Liquor - Barbayanni Ouzo Liquor Distillers Plomari Lesvos Greece

The sweet smell of aniseed and herbs gives the classic Barbayannis Blue Label Greek Ouzo a pleasant scent and a delicate flavour.

For the past five generations, the Barbayannis Ouzo Distillers in Plomari, Lesvos Greece have been lovingly producing the classic BLUE Ouzo liquor. They use the traditional method, according to the family recipe brought by Efstathios Barbayannis from Russia in 1860, achieving 100% distillation of the ouzo. This ouzo liquor consists of a pure essence of aniseed and sweet-smelling herbs, with an alcohol content of 46% Vol. and contains the distinctive water of Plomari Lesvos. The renowned Ouzo Barbayanni BLUE has a pleasant scent, a pure and transparent color, and a delicate flavor, creating on your palate sensations of spring breezes and sun-kissed seas.

BLUE LABEL, 70 cl.
Barcode 5201319103078
Description Ouzo Barbayanni Blue
Purity 100% Distilled
Bottle Content 70 cl
Alcohol Content 46% vol.
Pure Alcohol / Bottle 0.322
Package

Code: E0M070-46-12
Carton: 12 Bottles x 70 cl.
Pallet: 44 Cartons

Code: E0M070-46-06
Carton: 6 Bottles x 70 cl.
Pallet: 88 Cartons



BLUE LABEL, 20 cl.
Barcode 5201319103047
Description Ouzo Barbayanni Blue
Purity 100% Distilled
Bottle Content 20 cl
Alcohol Content 46% vol.
Pure Alcohol / Bottle 0.092
   
Package

Code: E0M070-46-12
Carton: 12 Bottles x 20 cl.
Pallet: 144 Cartons

Code: E0M200-46-24
Carton: 24 Bottles x 20 cl.
Pallet: 72 Cartons

Code: E0M200-46-48
Carton: 48 Bottles x 20 cl.
Pallet: 36 Cartons

BARBAYANNI
BLUE
CLASSIC TASTE
46% Vol.
100%
DISTILLED

The sweet smell of aniseed and herbs gives the classic Barbayannis Blue Label Greek Ouzo a pleasant scent and a delicate flavour.

For the past five generations, the Barbayannis Ouzo Distillers in Plomari, Lesvos Greece have been lovingly producing the classic BLUE Ouzo liquor. They use the traditional method, according to the family recipe brought by Efstathios Barbayannis from Russia in 1860, achieving 100% distillation of the ouzo.