Hierbas Ibicencas is a special liqueur made from sweet Anisette and wide variety of aromatic herbs from Ibiza. It is based on alcohol, flavored with anise, thyme, rosemary, spearmint, mint, juniper, sage, fennel, camomile, laurel, lavender, etc. lemon and orange peel, and many other secret ingredients. The very refreshing liqueur has also aids digestion and healing. It is a digestive liquous which is mostly made in farmhouses and some Ibizan restaurants also have their own supply.

Hierbas Ibicencas is produced commercially, too and makes an excellent souvenir for the tourist who visit the area on their way back home.

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