Edmond Briottet Curaçao Orange Liqueur

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Closure: Synthetic stopper

More about Edmond Briottet Curaçao Orange

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alc./vol: 35%

Proof: 70°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: Unaged

Product of: Product of France France

Established in 1836 by Edmond Briottet and located in Dijon, France, Briottet’s orange curaçao is made by the maceration and double distillation of sweet and bitter oranges. This French orange curaçao has a premium 35% alc./vol. strength.

Review and Tasting


Sampled on 22/08/2017

Appearance:

Clear, hue noticeably salmon pink/orange when compared to other golden curaçaos.

Aroma:

Zesty orange and spice – particularly cardamom and pepper.

Taste:

Well-balanced with just enough sugar to balance tart but juicy orange, with orange boiled sweets/hard candy and spice – more cardamom and peppery spice.

Aftertaste:

Lingering cardamom and peppery spice in the orangey finish.

Overall:

Very different in colour to most other orange curaçaos and with a juicy orange/ orange boiled sweet flavour enlivened with generous cardamom and peppery spice.

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