Wine is a way of life, and sipping coffee in a trendy cafe is an everyday thing in Greece. We import the things we drink when we visit our patrida, or home country, for you to refresh yourselves with at our festival.
Yiamas, to our health,--cheers!
NON-ALCOHOLIC SPECIALTY DRINKS
Greek Coffee - Stone ground, light roasted coffee is brought to a boil in a traditional “briki” and served unfiltered in a demitasse cup.
Greek Frappe - Iced frothy coffee, a popular drink in cafes in Greece. Ordered Sketo (unsweetened, no milk). Metrio (lightly sweetened with milk), or Glyko (sweetened with sugar), and with milk. Chocolate syrup is optional.
Loux - Lightly carbonated orange and lemonade soda imported from Greece for the festival.
Zeos Pilsner - An earthy, fragrant pilsner that is lightly hoppy. (5% ABV, Vegan friendly)
Zeos MAK – Lager (Makedoniki Synthaghy) Light andfragrant with a smooth body. Crisp, sweet taste that finishes with a slight bitterness. (5% ABV, Vegan Friendly)
Zeos Black Mak - Sweet anise, caramel, coffee flavors play on your palate with this dark, malty beer.
Metaxa - A blended brandy of Greece. Brandy is blended with a Greek moscato wine, aged in oak barrels, with added floral extract to give off a surprisingly unique aroma.
Ouzo - A very smooth, clear, anise flavored liqueur, served over ice. It becomes cloudy white when mixed with water, a natural process in anise (like black liquorice) liqueurs called louching. A variant of Tsipouro, which has been made for over 700 years.
SPECIALTY WINE LIST COMING SOON