Zivania


Zivania
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Zivania (griechisch: Ζιβανία, türkisch: Zivaniye) ist ein zypriotischer Tresterbrand.

Seit dem 14. Jahrhundert wird auf Zypern Zivania aus vergorenem Traubentrester hergestellt. Seit 2004 ist der Begriff Zivania von der EU geschützt und darf ausschließlich für auf Zypern hergestellte Produkte verwendet werden.

Das Getränk ist farblos und hat ein leichtes Rosinenaroma. Der Alkoholgehalt liegt meist etwa bei 45 % Vol..


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