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Maison Briottet is a family business, founded in 1836 by Edmond Briottet. Originally, the family were primarily Burgundy wine négociants but following the development of the...
A crème de fruit liqueur made from the maceration of cherry plums from Lorraine, France by Giffard & Cie, a fourth generation family-owned and run liqueur producer in the Loire...
Prounounced ‘wu-meh-shoo’, this is a traditional Japanese liqueur from Choya is flavoured with a type of Japanese plum, the ume. Actually a type of apricot, the Ume is only...
Shiraume (pronounced ‘shira-oo-may) is made up of two words meaning 'white' and 'plum', Ginjo refers to the style of sake and Umeshu (pronounced ‘ooh me shoe’) meaning plum,...
Launched in November 2008 this 'French' plum wine liqueur is the first of its type. Plum wine is more usually associated with Japan and Prucia represents something of a fusion...
Absinthe was reintroduced to the UK after some 80 lost years on Tuesday 8th December 1998. Such a sensation was it, that the term absinthe craze only hints
Amari (plural of amaro) are traditional Italian bitter aperitivo or digestivo liqueurs and Ferro China are a distinctive sub-category of amari containing
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Limoncello is a lemon liqueur originally from Southern Italy. The best balance tart citrus acidity and spirituous spice with rich velvety sugar to become
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