Bepi Tosolini Myrtil Liqueur
The Tosolini family keep their distillation methods a very closed secret and they have kept it this way through many generations. Master Distiller Bepi Tosolini passed his knowledge down to his son, Giovanni, and he to his children, Guiseppe, Bruno and Lisa. Myrtil is made by infusing wild myrtil blueberries in alcohol for at least 4 months. This method encourages all the flavours, oils, and colour to be released from the blueberries to create a fresh, ripe, jammy blueberry liqueur with a subtle, lingering, piney, peppery spice.