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Liqueur Gabriel Boudier, Creme de Framboises, 0.7 L

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Tasting Notes


Liquor color - bright crimson.


Liquor has a distinctive natural fruit flavor with hints of ripe raspberries.


Liquor has a pleasant, fresh raspberry flavor.


Liquor is best suited as an aperitif or digestif, to create cocktails and long drinks.

Interesting Facts

Excellent cream liqueur "Raspberry Cream" (Creme de Framboises) born during the infusion of selected varieties of raspberries from Scotland and Burgundy. Through careful selection and careful production of the drink keeps the naturalness and completeness of raspberry taste, bright flavor intensity.

In 1984 in Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, Bude Gabriel founded a small company producing cassis. The main motto of the manufacturer: "Quality - a concept which does not allow for compromise." Dijon liqueurs are successful primarily due respect for the ancient traditions of production. For making the best use only liquors fresh fruit without any artificial colors, flavors, or additives. Berries are carefully collected, stored in a cool place. They were then soaked for more than 6 weeks in a neutral alcohol, and thereto was added refined sugar infusion fruit component. Today the company is run by the descendants of the founder, and Gabriel House Bude continues to evolve. Quality, know-how, tradition and innovation allow the company to export products to 68 countries around the world.



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