Mirto is a liqueur popular in Sardinia, Capraia Island and in Corsica, obtained from the myrtle plant through the alcoholic maceration of the berries or a compound of berries and leaves. Myrtle grows freely in Sardinia.
Mirto rosso (red) is made with the berries and is sweet.
Mirto bianco (white) is made from the leaves.
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