It is said that the cantaloupe gets its name from Cantilupo di Sabina in Italy, where the papacy had a country estate. The story claims that this is where the luscious melon was first grown for the popes, before picking up the name and spreading across Europe. Staying true to its heritage, Sette Vie exclusively sources its cantaloupes from Italy.
Using a unique, centuries-old technique, melons are distilled with a hint of lemons picked from the finest orchards in Southern Italy. Finally, natural spring water from Abruzzo is used to create an invitingly fruity and floral aroma that will transport you back to the dining table of that ancient country estate.
Sette Vie seeks only the finest natural ingredients and uses traditional distilling practices to create its range of luxury Italian liqueurs.