Distillerie et Domaines de Provence Liqueur de Genepi 40% 500ml$91.00
A symbol of the mountains, Génépi enjoys the same aura of mystery that surrounds all inaccessible things. It is a drink for connoisseurs and lovers of herbal liqueurs. - This aromatic liqueur will revive and heat up tired limbs after a day's skiing and is always well received for its digestive qualities at the end of a fondue evening with friends… - Génépi is also an excellent partner for pork chops or a pork roast. - You will enjoy it poured over a lemon sorbet as a palate-cleansing "trou provençal" between courses. Our tip: As a digestif, chilled or on the rocks. Add a few drops [of Génépi] to a sugar cube and dip in coffee (the French call this a "canard"). How do you drink it? Génépi is drunk as a digestif, chilled or at room temperature. Add a few drops [of Génépi] to a sugar cube and dip in coffee (the French call this a "canard"). Over a lemon sorbet as a palate-cleansing "trou provençal" between courses. With pork chops or a pork roast. Organoleptic profile Appearance: At the time of production Génépi is green in color thanks to the presence of chlorophyll. Over time, due to natural oxidation, the color will darken, taking on gold to brown hues. Bouquet: Its nose has the characteristic warmth of the genipi with fresh, floral and menthol notes. Palate: The attack on the palate is predominantly plant flavors which go on to merge with a gentle menthol taste. Génépi is intense with a fairly good length of flavor.
Distillerie et Domaines de Provence Farigoule (Thyme) Liqueur 40% 500ml$85.00
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. Organoleptic profile 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.
Distillerie de Provence Absinthe Liqueur Fluo 26% 700ml$73.15
Absente 26 is a low-alcohol absinthe liqueur in the absinthe family. Composed of wormwood, wormwood plants, male aurone, green anise, melissa and peppermint, it becomes fluoresces in the dark under black light (due to the presence of riboflavin, a natural colouring agent). Serving suggestions: Fresh, on crushed ice or in a shot. Ideal in cocktails.
Distilleries et Domaines de Provence Elisir Roux Liqueur 47% 375ml$90.00
Elixir Roux’s recipe is part of the heritage of Distilleries and Domaines de Provence. It was brought up to date by oenologist Hélène Rogeon: “We wanted a stronger, more alcoholic product, which grips well in the mouth while offering great aromatic power. An elixir is rich in flavours that stimulate the palate and leaves the mouth feeling fresh. We favoured plants and spices with tonic and digestive properties. Energising and aphrodisiac Ginseng and Damiana, Lemon Balm and Fennel with digestive and tonic qualities, Star Anise, Sweet Almond, Star Anise, Cinnamon, Peppermint, Absinthe. The manufacturing process remains classic: after maceration of the plants in alcohol for 15 days, the liquid part (infusion) is left to rest between 1 and 3 months and the solid part is distilled. These two parts are then assembled with water, alcohol and sugar for a rest period before filtration and bottling.” The result is bold and full of pep, just like the new generation of strong liquor lovers. Tasting Notes:Colour: Beautiful green colour Nose: Slightly peppery plant fragrance, dominating the freshness of Mint and Lemon Balm Palate: First the strength, then the expression of plants aromatics and spices associated with a slight aniseed touch and a fresh finish. Delicate notes of lemon flavours stimulate the taste buds. Elisir Roux is best enjoyed with a tonic over ice, by itself or in aromatic cocktails