Ouzo Kazanisto

Ouzo Kazanisto Ouzo Kazanisto STOUPAKIS S.A.

A singular distillate whose cherished secret, Chios-grown anise, leads you to a burst of flavour and the lingering luxury of the perfect taste.

Stoupakis Ouzo Kazanisto takes its name from the traditional copper stills (kazania) where it is distilled drop by drop under ideal conditions, continuing Chios' tradition in taste and flavour. Drop after drop, Stoupakis Ouzo Kazanisto spells one word: heavenly perfection!

Rate this item
(0 votes)

It is said that Chios was Homer's birthplace. It is also believed that it was in Chios that Columbus acquired his masterful seamanship that helped him discover America. Chios is also the land that breathes life into the well-known springs of Karydia and bestows the springs' precious water on the Stoupakis Distillery.

Our story begins in 1896 on the island of Chios, where the one-of-a-kind anise-flavoured ouzo travelled to all of Chios' villages and even across the sea, reaching the Asia Minor Coast.

In 1900, Yannis Stoupakis acquired his first official permit from the Ottoman Empire allowing him to operate his distillery at Dafnonas. Today, those very same copper stills he so carefully tended to are at the company's state-of-the-art facilities.

Website: Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact Details

  • Address
  • City
  • State or Province
  • Zip Code
  • Telephone
    0030 22710 77333

Social Profiles

More in this category: « Ouzo Apalarina

"Contact Us or Comment"

Make sure you enter the (*) required information where indicated. HTML code is not allowed.

back to top
A unique journey of taste and flavours is just beginning‏... 

Every place in Greece is a unique post presenting its own special, in flavour and quality, products.


Contact Us

...we will be more than happy to assist you!



Greek-flag-icon English-flag-icon Russian-flag-icon

Powered by WEBGRECO - "Hellenic Origins"© . All rights reserved..

Login or Register

Facebook user?

You can use your Facebook account to sign into our site.

fb iconLog in with Facebook