Original Poster by Mory, showing the Basque dancer with tambourine and his bottle of liqueur Izarra.
Izarra means "star" in Basque, it is a brand of liqueur which was created in 1906 in Hendaye, in the Basque Country, by the botanist and pharmacist Joseph Grattau.
Izarra is a liqueur made from a distillate of plants, spices and 2 macerations, prunes and walnut brou. After being heated in a copper still, the distillate is mixed with armagnac according to the original recipe.
A symbol of the Basque Country, Izarra was bought by Cointreau SA in 1981 and then sold in 2015 to Spirited Brands Limited, and has been distributed by the Vedrenne Group since 2018.
Alcohol - Advertising - Country Basque
Large liquor of the Basque coast - Traditional dance
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