MIRTO di Sardegna : If you’ve ever been to Sardegna (or Sardinia as it’s called in English) chances are you’ve tried Mirto, the liqueur made from the berries of the myrtle plant.

MIRTO di Sardegna : Mirto, the liqueur made from the berries of the myrtle plant.

Arrayanes ( Myrtle berries)

Arrayanes ( Myrtle berries)

more myrtle berries

How to Make Sardinian Mirto

How to make mirto, a Sardinian liqueur made by infusing myrtle berries with alcohol and honey. Mirto is one of the most popular drinks in Sardinia.

Dried Sardinian myrtle berries - 100 g

Dried Sardinian myrtle berries with myrtle liqueur recipe, - Myrtle - Spices - Food

Southern Wax Myrtle berries. Photo by Green Deane

Photo by Green Deane

Myrtle berries

Myrtle berry on the wooden table, selective focus

Myrtle leaves and berries can be used like juniper to flavour food.

Flanking garden shed. Leaves and berries can be used like juniper to flavour food.

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