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Mint Liqueurs, White Crème de Menthe
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This clear mint liqueur was created by Emile Giffard in 1887, who was a pharmacist at the time in the city centre of Angers, France.
At the heart of Giffard & Cie is a family tradition of using fresh fruits and herbs to make liqueurs, and over four generations the family have mastered maceration and...
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