The ancient recipe was invented by the monks of the Basilian Order and it is considered as being unique and unequalled for its full-bodied flavor. The recipe was discovered on some sheets of land- written parchment, found by accident in a very old underground olive oil mill dating back to the XVIII century.
The manuscript makes reference to an elixir made from olives experimented with considerable success and produced by monks... a secret which was maintained for a chosen few over the centuries, has now become a delicious grappa liquor for the delight of the most refined connoisseur.
Origin of the grappa:
mixed grape pomace Grappa from the Trentino Region.
Origin of the olives employed:
Cellina di Nardò and Ogliarola Salentina
infusion of olives in grappa, with the addition of sugar
No conservants are used because the alcohol level of the product and protects it from any microbiological aggression
Recommended: an excellent digestive liquor to finish a meal, this grappa can be served to replace any other bitter digestive or grappa, but s also appreciated served alone when it surprises for its unusually fresh and rich aroma
Glass bottle from 0,50 lt---- 06 pieces/box
The olive culture has deep roots in the history passed down from generation to generation for thousand of years.
Cazzetta family has an ancient history at least five generations, it guarded its treasure comprising tradition and experience, an inestimable fortune that's been handed down with pride and dedication to the cultivation of olive trees and to the extraction of oil.
The activity of these establishments is based on the running of 300 hectares owned by the family, through the most suitable agronomic intervention and the continuous improvement of the farming and harvest techniques. The consequent processing and extraction of oil is made with new machinery which aims to preserve the same principles passed down by great-grandpa Raffaele, grandpa Feliciano and Francesco, the father.