Distillerie et Domaines de Provence Liqueur Amandine (Almond) 25% 500ml
Distilleries et Domaines de Provence
Presentation: Amandine is deliciously sweetened with almond and vanilla flavors for a velvety-smooth, tender fruity taste. - Amandine is drunk ice-cold at the end of a meal. - The liqueur can also be used in desserts and cakes. Why not add it to your almond-based desserts (pear and almond tart or almond biscuits) or even a Tiramisu? - And there's no reason why you can't add Amandine to your coffee or hot chocolate. Our tip: Amandine can be used as a base for cocktails. Combine it, for example, with Bau sparkling wine to make a "Kir provençal." The muscat grape and Amandine make the perfect partners. Ingredients: Amandine (25% Alc/Vol) is made of bitter almond essence from Provence, cherry alcoholate, cherry and peach infusions, vanilla and caramel extracts, sugar and "Fine de Provence." How do you drink it? Best served chilled. Amandine is drunk ice-cold at the end of a meal. Amandine can be used as a base for cocktails. Combine it, for example, with Bau sparkling wine to make a "Kir provençal." The muscat grape and Amandine make the perfect partners. Organoleptic profile Appearance: Amandine has a rather warm, amber brown color with copper hues. Bouquet: Its fairly complex nose is dominated by almond and cherry stone aromas. Its warm note is reinforced by the vanilla and the bold addition of the cherry. Palate: In the mouth, Amandine is deliciously sweetened with almond and vanilla flavors for a velvety-smooth, tender fruity taste. Displaying a subtle balance of aromatics, Amandine has a beautiful long-lasting taste.
For over 100 years, Distilleries & Domaines de Provence have been making ProvenÃ§al Fruit liqueurs and aperitifs in the Haute Provence region. Established in 1898, Distilleries and Domaines de Provence has inherited a tradition that goes back several millennia: collecting medicinal plants on Lure mountain, known for its wealth and abundance of plant species. Today, Distilleries & Domaines de Provence has kept this expertise alive for more than 100 years and shared it with the rest of the world, much to the delight of spirit lovers everywhere. The relatively small size of DDP allows small batch quality and of course they manage to impart to their products, the fragrances of Provence and its ambience also. Their Absinths and Pastis are famous: the only pastis to be awarded a Gold Medal at the Paris Agricultural Show (Concours GÃ©nÃ©ral Agricole de Paris), Henri Bardouin Pastis distinguishes itself from other pastis by its elegance and richness of flavor. The (British) Financial review had a whole pink page on the 2 best pastis in the world , in their opinion: the Henri Bardoin and the Emeraude from Jean Boyer; nostalgia for Provence or praise of beauty.