Figs in ouzo

Description

Net weight: 360 grams.

No food coloring or preservatives.

Did you know?

The fig is the first fruit mentioned in the bible and it is one of the seven species listed in Deuteronomy. Fig leaves were used by Adam and Eve to cover their naked bodies. Figs have been eaten for over 3000 years in Mediterranean countries.

Anise is a popular beverage in many Mediterranean countries, and often has different names. Anise is an alcoholic drink affiliated to the aniseed family. The origins of its name are disputed, however, the Greek word for grape  is üzüm, which may have led to the name ouzo. Anis is usually drunk with ice or water, which dilutes the alcohol content, and gives it a milky hue.

Kosher supervision: the local Rabbinate of Beit Yitzhak and OU.

Refrigerate after opening.