The pacharán is an alcoholic drink between 25 and 30 degrees. It is made from the maceration of the sloe fruit. It is a very typical drink from Navarra, the Basque Country, Aragon and La Rioja, although without a doubt, the territory where Pacharán is made the most is Navarra, where it has been consumed since the Middle Ages. In Navarra there is a regulatory council that regulates the production, quality and bottling of Pacharán. Although it is not very well known outside of Spain or in other Spanish regions, in the last decade it has spread quite a bit thanks to various commercial brands such as Zoco, which have managed to produce a perfect liquor for long after-dinner meals.

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