Tag: Patxaran

Bibatio Pacharan

Bibatio Pacharan is made by soaking sloe berries (blackthorn) in top quality anisette, and adding cinnamon, vanilla or coffee beans, producing an unique and complex liqueur that is both sweet and bitter....

Etxeko Pacharan

Etxeko means “Homemade” in Basque. And it’s that kind of continuous warmth that can be found inside of their Pacharan. Nonetheless, their version of the fammed sloe-flavoured, northern Spanish liqueur isn’t smothering...

Belasco 1580

Belasco 1580 is the flagship Pacharan (Patxaran) by the Belasco family, who are responsible for many of the best sloe berry, anise-flavored alcohols coming out of Navarre, Spain, including Etxeko and La...

La Navarra Pacharan

La Navarra is a Pacharan (Patxaran) from the Belasco family, who are responsible for many of the best sloe berry, anise-flavored alcohols coming out of Navarre, Spain, including Etxeko and their flagship...

Baines Pacharan

While Baines makes a few different alcohols, it’s Pacharan that remains the heart and soul of the operation. They make five different varieties (Clasico, Oro, Pamplonica, Sadar, and Laxoa). Since 1844, Baines has...

Atxa Sierra De Orduna Pacharan

Destilerias Acha is one of Basque Country’s oldest continuously operating businesses, and Atxa Sierra De Orduna Pacharan is one of its best known products. The small distillery is located in Amurrio, 50km...

Pacharan Zoco

Pacharan is traditionally made by macerating sloes in anise, and so is the case for Pacharan Zoco. Sloe, known as arañón in Navarra, is the fruit of the Prunus spinosa shrub. It...

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