Edmond Briottet Liqueur de Coing (Quince) 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.
The quince is the fruit of the quince tree. Pear-shaped and large, it is cottony on the surface, yellow and very fragrant when ripe. Our Quince Liqueur is obtained using fresh quinces, picked in the south of France. They are harvested when fully mature towards the end of October and are then left to macerate for about six weeks. Distillation then takes place and the eauRead more...
de vie thus obtained is aged in demijohns. Sugar and water is added,which enables Edmond Briottet to obtain a tasty liqueur.
|Spirit Brand||Edmond Briottet|
|ABV (% vol)||18|