Liqueur "Southern Comfort", 0.7 L
Liquor rich amber color.
Southern Comfort gives an excellent bright and delicate flavor with hints of whiskey and fruit sweetness.
Liquor has a rich range of fruit flavors with hints of sweetness, tones of peaches, citrus fruits and spices.
Due to the unique combination of flavors and aromas liquor is excellent both in pure form with ice or in cocktails. Popular combination of liquor - ice and cranberry juice. Liquor also finds use in cooking.
Southern Comfort - a liqueur based on a premium whiskey with a moderate sweetness and adequate strength, which makes it popular among both men and women. This is a gift for those who seek new experiences, Southern Comfort creates a fun, relaxed atmosphere at any meeting or party.
Southern Comfort liqueur was created in 1874 by Martin Heron, young bartender from New Orleans. Since whiskey in those days had a pretty rough taste, Martin decided to create something more refined, while retaining the flavor of whiskey. The idea for this liqueur was supported features of the nature and climate, because the land south of the US throughout the year brings a rich harvest of fruit. After much research and experimentation was ready recipe, consisting of more than 100 components, including oranges, peaches, and aromatic herbs. Liquor produced an unusually rich, delicate flavor, and later became a true symbol of New Orleans. For their excellent taste and flavor of southern fruit liqueur was called «Southern Comfort», which means "Southern Comfort." Due to the high popularity of the drink Martin became not only its visitors pour his bar, but also to sell liquor by the bottle. In 1900, liquor confirmed the high status, having received his first award at the World Exhibition in Paris, and then in 1904 he won two gold medals for excellent quality and excellent taste at the World's Fair in St. Louis. When in 1954 published a collection of cocktail recipes based on liquor Southern Comfort, a new wave of its popularity. Today cocktails on the basis of Sauze Comfort liqueur popular worldwide.