A fresh and fruity raspberry liqueur from Dijon producer Edmond Briottet, Crème de Framboise is made by macerated the fresh fruit in alcohol. The result is a fresh-tasting, aromatic and utterly delicious liqueur.
Great melon liqueur from Edmond Briottet. This is made with fresh cantaloupe melons, and the aroma alone is testament to the wholesome, authentic way that this is made. It smells just like a French fruit stall!
An absolutely incredible wild strawberry liqueur from Edmond Briottet. This Fraise des Bois liqueur is made by macerating the fresh fruits in alcohol. Sugar is then added. And nothing else. It's that simple.
Only the most delicious variety of apricot, the Bergeron apricot, are used. Harvested in the Rhone valley in France in the month of August, the apricots macerate for more than two months in a mixture of water and very fine neutral alcohol.
Made from bitter blue oranges from the island of Curacao. Really? No. It's made from Laraha Fruit, which is like an orange, but smaller and with little to no sweetness. The spirit is dyed blue before bottling. No idea why.
The violet heralds the arrival of spring, but you can drink this any time. Smells and tastes like palma violet sweets from the 70's. Looks like meths from the school chemistry lab. Surprisingly moreish, not at all confected or sickly. Over ice or in fizz.
Manzana Verde Briottet, a digestive liqueur, brings out the sweet and fruity, heady strength of the wild apples picked in the Basque mountains. Tremendously fresh and long on the palate. Best served chilled, on ice, or in cocktails.