Kumquat Lazaris is made using the traditional local recipe, as it was made in older times.
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Kumquat Lazaris is made using the traditional local recipe, as it was made in older times. Its aroma, its flavor, its color and all the procedures that make up the production method are based on the traditions of Corfu, where it was first cultivated in 1860. The kum quat is grown only in the northern part of the island of Corfu, and specifically in the valley of the Nymphs. From there comes the raw material which will later turn into a very aromatic and special liqueur with characteristic intensity in the nose, sweet and full flavor and a full flavor of citrus fruit in the mouth, making the kum quat liqueur an ideal after dinner drink.
The company Lazaris owns the certification of Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) for this specific product, which reinforces its local character and the quality of its production.