Liqueur Giffard, Creme de Violette, 0.7 L
Liquor attracts golden color with orange tints.
Liquor has a moderately concentrated apricot flavor, which harmoniously intertwined with elements of honey nuances of tropical fruits.
Intense aroma of apricot liqueur reveals notes of herbs gives way to caramel and honey nuances.
Liquor is recommended to use as a digestif, in cocktails, with ice or ice-cream.
To create a liqueur Giffard Abricot used most juicy and ripe apricots. They undergo a slow maceration, and then added to the concentrated sugar syrup. Liquor is recommended to use as a standalone drink - as a digestif, combined with ice or ice cream, as well as used for the preparation of cocktails.
The company Giffard (Giffard) - the largest French producer of syrups and liqueurs. The first liquor brand that was invented by pharmacist Emile Giffard of Anjou (Loire Valley), in 1885.
The history of the first liquor is quite interesting. Summer 1885 dawned very hot, so ingenious pharmacist decided to study refreshing and therapeutic features of peppermint. As a result, the optimal blending, use of alcohol and high-quality multi-stage filtration Emile Giffard developed an unusual recipe for crème de menthe. Liquor was the visitors to taste one of the finest local hotels and immediately received universal recognition for the high quality and refreshing taste. It was an instant success Emile Giffard. He immediately turned his pharmacy into a distillery and the liquor called "Menthe Pastille", because at that time mint sweets were very popular.
Giffard company's plant is located in the Loire Valley, known for rich harvests of herbs, fruits and medicinal plants. Many years have passed since the company was founded. Four generations it remains a family-owned company, which honors the tradition, using only the finest ingredients and time-tested production methods.
Today Giffard makes 60 kinds of liqueurs and fruit syrups, each year adding new line of flavors.
Giffard Liqueurs are known for their high quality. Some of them have honorary medals of famous international competitions.
Syrups Giffard, whose basis is sucrose from sugar beets, are also made from high-quality natural ingredients, without the addition of artificial flavors and preservatives.