A traditional beverage of northern Italy and is considered the oldest distilled all known. The final product of this typical Italian drink is obtained from the distillation of pomace, the part of the grape body. Its flavor varies like any other wine or liquor, which depends on the quality, condition, taste and the type of grape used. It is a beverage for its high alcohol content, many people find it very hard to drink it straight. Some opt to add a fruit syrup to sweeten and soften a bit, getting a drink of base typical Italian grappa but with a milder flavor.