Edmond Briottet Creme D'Apricot 70cl
The combination of the finest ingredients and the expertise enables the producers at Edmond Briottet to produce liqueurs and creams of the highest quality. The difference between creams and liqueurs arises out of the proportion of sugar employed -- a liqueur contains 100 grams of sugar per litre at least, against 250 grams of sugar at least with regards to a cream.
For the apricot cream, Edmond Briottet select the most delicious variety of apricot, the Bergeron apricot. Harvested in the Rhone valley in France in the month of August, the apricots are left to macerate for more than two months in a mixture of water and very fine neutral alcohol. This can be enjoyed on its own, with ice, or with a dry or sparkling white wine.
Point" magazine, France: 17/20 A good fresh nose velvety in the mouth a slightly fruit-stone-like bitter note generous full-bodied harmonious a very long finish.
|Spirit Brand||Edmond Briottet|
|ABV (% vol)||25|
|Liqueur Style||Cream, Fruit|