Farigoule is the Provençal name for thyme.
Indeed, Farigoule is an emblem of Provence. A flavored digestive liqueur from the Haute-Provence region, Farigoule embodies the very spirit of provençal flavors.
– Farigoule, a unique traditional liqueur, is served as a digestif, chilled or added to your coffee.
– It has all the digestives properties of thyme to round off that perfect meal.
– In the kitchen, Farigoule de Forcalquier marries well with grilled chicken and, flambéed; it brings out the flavors of pan of Gambas or large prawns. It can also be used to deglaze the pan for a sauce to go with rabbit.
Our tip: Farigoule is delicious served over a lemon or thyme sorbet as a palate-cleansing “trou provençal” between courses.
How do you drink it?
Farigoule liqueur is drunk neat, chilled or over ice. As a granita: place some crushed ice in a liqueur glass, pour over the Farigoule and place the glass in the freezer until frozen. Served over a lemon or thyme sorbet as a palate-cleansing “trou provençal” between courses.
Appearance: Farigoule has the color of old gold with the patina of time. The liquid is clear and bright.
Bouquet: The aromas are warm, somewhere between the smells of scrubland (spicy) and thyme flower.
Palate: The plant notes from the thyme flowers are joined by a lemon flavor, which gives the Farigoule length on the palate and a refreshing finish.
Farigoule is elegant, full bodied, plump and well balanced with a memorable length of flavor.