Product of: France
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From 1895 through to the start of the Second World War, Menthe-Pastille was famous across France for its advertising posters designed by noted artists of the day - the 1915 'whale' poster by Baudrier Foucault and the 1929 'ladies at a table poster by Cappiello being the best-known.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 03/07/2015
Clean, pungent, peppermint oil and peppermint cream.
Clean with pronounced peppermint oil and alcohol perfectly balanced by sugar. Refreshing and moreish.
Polo Mint clean menthol.
Genuinely refreshing! Great served on-the-rocks or frappé as an after-dinner digestive, or long with ice in a Collins glass topped with tonic water on a summer's afternoon (same proportions as a generous double G&T).