Izarra, which means star in Basque, is a liqueur brand created in 1906 in Hendaye by botanist and merchant Joseph Grattau.
Izarra is a liqueur based on plants and spices, walnut stain, prunes and Armagnac. Sixteen plants and spices make up the green Izarra and thirteen for the yellow Izarra, each with an alcohol content of 40°. Izarra 54 is at 54° and reproduces the historical recipe of the digestive.
Izarra is a symbol of the Basque Country, bought in 1981 by Cointreau SA and now belonging to the international group Rémy Cointreau.