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  • 19,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests.

    19,00 €
  • 16,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests.

    16,00 €
  • 8,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    8,00 €
  • 7,50 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests.

    7,50 €
  • 4,50 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    4,50 €
  • 2,50 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    2,50 €
  • 18,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    18,00 €
  • 10,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    10,00 €
  • 10,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    10,00 €
  • 10,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    10,00 €
  • 3,20 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    3,20 €
  • 3,20 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    3,20 €
  • 3,20 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    3,20 €
  • 3,20 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    3,20 €
  • 18,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    18,00 €
  • 7,50 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    7,50 €
  • 15,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    15,00 €
  • 7,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger generations tend to prefer as they like their soft drinks.

    7,00 €
  • 4,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    4,00 €
  • 17,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    17,00 €
  • 9,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger generations tend to prefer as they like their soft drinks.

    9,00 €
  • 17,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger generations tend to prefer as they like their soft drinks.

    17,00 €
  • 3,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    3,00 €
  • 2,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    2,00 €
  • 18,00 €

    Our drink is produced from prickly pears, which are the wild fruit of the prickly pear cactus that grows in Amorgos. The prickly pear comes from Mexico, and came to Europe by Spanish explorers in the year 1500 AD, from where it spread rapidly in the Mediterranean countries.

    18,00 €
  • 14,00 €

    Melikraton, wine with honey 700ml

    14,00 €
  • 6,50 €

    Melikraton, wine with honey 200ml

    6,50 €
  • 8,00 €

    Melikraton, wine with honey heart 200ml

    8,00 €
  • 1,50 €

    Melikraton, wine with honey mini 50ml

    1,50 €
  • 12,00 €

    Traditional Greek Tsikoudia 500ml

    12,00 €
  • 5,00 €

    Traditional Greek tsikoudia Amorgopoula 200ml

    5,00 €
  • 12,00 €

    Traditional Greek ouzo Meraklidiko 500ml

    12,00 €
  • 5,00 €

    Traditional Greek ouzo Meraklidiko 200ml

    5,00 €
  • 75,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    75,00 €
  • 70,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    70,00 €
  • 32,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests. This drink is also the official treat of the...

    32,00 €
  • 26,00 €

    Melikraton, wine with honey 2lt

    26,00 €
  • 30,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! That is what the drink is called made with raki and sugar that they use to treat in Amorgos island at the Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa. Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 20%) and more sweet tasting which younger...

    30,00 €
  • 35,00 €

    Mekila Premium 3 years Old. Our drink is produced from prickly pears, which are the wild fruit of the prickly pear cactus that grows in Amorgos. The prickly pear comes from Mexico, and came to Europe by Spanish explorers in the year 1500 AD, from where it spread rapidly in the Mediterranean countries.

    35,00 €
  • 12,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo 20% Vol.From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. Whatever remained of this they would keep in a bottle and use it to treat their guests.

    12,00 €
  • 11,00 €

    The difference between rakomelo and baked. Both are rakomelo! Our baked rakomelo has sugar and honey and is almost the same drink as rakomelo but a little lighter (vol. 15%) and more sweet tasting which younger generations tend to prefer as they like their soft drinks.

    11,00 €
  • 19,00 €

    Traditional Greek Rakomelo. From early times the inhabitants of the island Amorgos and the Small Islands of Cyclades were producing a broth with raki sugar cinnamon and cloves which they drank when they had a sore throat. After adding honey to the recipe and 8 herbs that thrive in Amorgos we manufactured the drink Rakomelo Ingredients: Raki honey and...

    19,00 €
  • 4,50 €

    Traditional Greek ouzo Meraklidiko 200ml

    4,50 €
  • 9,00 €
    New

    Amorgian flavors with rakomelo and psimeni by Antonis Vekris.

    9,00 €
  • 8,00 €
    New

    Our drink is produced from prickly pears, which are the wild fruit of the prickly pear cactus that grows in Amorgos. The prickly pear comes from Mexico, and came to Europe by Spanish explorers in the year 1500 AD, from where it spread rapidly in the Mediterranean countries.

    8,00 €
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