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A traditional and authentic Navaresse recipe, the Etxeko Pacharán is a liqueur made from slow, a flowering, fruit-bearing plant. These sloe berries are macerated in anise, following a family recipe passed down through eight generations. The Pacharán is filtered five times to clean out all impurities.
The Etxeko Pacharán has an ABV of 25%, and comes in an intense red color. It has a bright and clear character, with an aroma that is fruity, with notes of aniseed. On the palate, it’s sweet and soft, with acidic, bitter undertones. It’s perfectly balanced in flavor, and very pleasing to drink.
The Etxeko Pacharán is best enjoyed on its own, very cold or over ice. Serve it after meals as digestif, or as a drink on humid nights with friends.
It’s called Patxaran in Basque, and Pacharán in Spanish, and is a traditional liqueur, said to be an ancient recipe. It’s native to Navarre, but is also commonly drunk in the Pyrenees and the rest of Spain. It began as a homemade liqueur made with sloe from as far back as the Middle Ages, and rose to popular in the late 19th century. It now has a PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) status, protecting the liqueur, its traditions and its processes. It also means that it can only be made and bottled in certain certified areas.
Store your bottle upright in a cool, dark place, ideally between 12 and 15°C. Unopened bottles can last for an indefinite amount of time, but the closer you get to the bottom third of the bottle, please consume quickly to prevent oxidation and taste alteration.