Mallow Liquer | Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos – Mount Athos


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An original Athonite liqueur that comes to you directly from the blessed lands of Athos. The mallow liqueur is made by the monks at Mount Athos, according to authentic traditional recipes.
Net Weight: 250ml


Handmade mallow liqueur from Mount Athos

Mallow liqueur is an original and genuine athonite product. It is made with the care of the monks in the Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos, only from natural ingredients, without the addition of preservatives.

The monks at Mount Athos exploit all the trees and plants of Mount Athos. Following traditional Athonite recipes, they make a variety of products that meet the everyday needs of people.
Athonite mallow liqueur stands out for its superior quality and its wonderful scent. It can be consumed plain but also added to pastry recipes, giving your sweets wonderful flavor and taste.

Mallow Liqueur: Uses

Athonite Mallow Liqueur can be consumed after a meal as an aperitif. You can even offer it as a dessert instead of a candy. Delicious and aromatic, Mallow Liqueur is an excellent treat for your guests, either plain or accompanied by the traditional preservatives. Its bottle is minimal and stylish and you can offer it as a gift in every occasion.

Mallow: Properties

The leaves of the mallow are considered softening. They soothe mucosal irritation and are therefore recommended for bronchitis, dry cough and throat inflammation.

The mallow is believed to help alleviate digestive and urinary disorders (cases of colic, cystitis, gastritis) and intestinal disorders.

Traditionally, the decoction of honey-mallow helps the body to eliminate toxins. Also, a hot beverage with mallow and a spoonful of thyme honey relieves the sore throat, calms the cough and helps to release the breath.


Origin: Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos, Karyes
Net Weight: 250ml

Additional information

Weight 0.645 kg


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