traditional Tresterbrand the Greek region Macedonia and the ouzo similar (but this is distilled from wine). It is made from the pressed residues of the white grape varieties Assyrtiko. Athiri Aspro and Roditis burned twice. After the first distillation is partly with anise flavored, but this is not mandatory.As with all aniseed spirits, a characteristic milky discoloration occurs when water is added or when it is very strongly cooled - the so-called Ouzo effect (also ouzo effect). Tsipouro also becomes Spriten used, for example on Santorini for the Vinsanto, In Crete, the schnapps is called Tsikoudia or Raki called.