Mirto after dinner liquer

Just discovered this at an Italian restaurant in Victoria park.

Mirto di Sardegna originates from the small red berries (Mirto Rosso) and the leaves (Mirto Bianco) of the myrtle plant (Myrtus Communis). Extremely popular in Sardinia, it is served cold as an after-dinner drink.


By | 2017-08-09T16:25:10+01:00 September 12th, 2009|Eating out|