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Lovely free tour

We had a lovely trip to the ouzo museum today. The lady on the main desk showed us around the old... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Exeter, United Kingdom
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Ouzo Barbayanni (Ούζο Βαρβαγιάννη)

Written as Barbayanni, spelt as Varvayanni From 6 generations, since 1860’s located in Plomari, it... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ankara, Turkey
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We had a lovely trip to the ouzo museum today. The lady on the main desk showed us around the old equipment and explained how ouzo was produced in the olden days. We were then taken downstairs where we viewed the modern day production line....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You basically show yourself around. It’s a 10 min in and out thing. The manager who was suppose to give the tour spoke very fast and very broken English, and didn’t take any questions. But the Ouzo tastes nice.

Thank Brith K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Easy to enter inside but shopping lady in the upstairs was not so friendly to explain process. She send us to production or packing area. This was unexpected from us.

Thank Traveler_Monster
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Written as Barbayanni, spelt as Varvayanni From 6 generations, since 1860’s located in Plomari, it is told the best ouzo in the world, yes it is... The taste comes from the special water of Plomari, herbs, and harvested anseeds in July. 5 diffent tastes are...More

Thank aycanbayar
Reviewed 16 November 2017 via mobile

Must see, buy ouzo, helpful very nice staff.we bought navy colour ouzo, price very good, nice too see historical factory still working very successful, learning how natural way making ouzo.

Thank aylinurgun
Reviewed 21 September 2017

This museum is the 150 years of making ouzo by the Barbayannis family. The production facility is downstairs and we had a great tour given by Yannis. He spoke in depth of the process of making ouzo and we ended up buying a few bottles!

Thank TravelSpirit19
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

For only €2 you get to enjoy Ouzo and a great tour from a very friendly lady. If you are on holiday on Lesvos this is a must.

Thank Stef d
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Going to Mytilene, you have to learn more about Ouzo! A nice stop going to Plomari and a chance to meet with the 6th generation of the founder of the ouzo Barbayannis. You can discover the small but nonetheless very interesting museum guided by a...More

Thank Thalia Y
Reviewed 14 July 2017

The hotel that we stayed suggested to visit the place and learn more about the ouzo history and it was amazing that Plomari is the top place in Greece about ouzo . Ouzo and seafood, the best combination

Thank Travel G
Reviewed 14 July 2017

The museum is above the factory of 157 year old Barbayanni Ouzos. You can learn the history of the spirit, see the old equipment, glasses and labels. At downstairs 6'th generation Barbagianni, Giannis will tell you the secrets of the quality of the superbrand of...More

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