Bruno and Edith Giffard are rightly proud of their family’s liqueur making heritage and welcome visitors with a shop carrying their large range of products and a small museum.
Advertising posters for Giffard liqueurs from the 1920s and 30s hang above Vintage infusion tanks which have been turned into display cabinets. A bar area allows visitors to sample the large rage of liqueurs and a steady flow of both locals and tourists flow through the shop, which must carry one of the world’s largest range of liqueurs.
Giffard Rhubarbe Liqueur
Giffard Rhubarb speciality liqueur is made in small batches from the slow maceration in beet neutral alcohol of both green and red rhubarb to achieve a
Giffard Rhubarb Syrup
Produced by family owned company in the Loire Valley, France, this rhubarb-flavoured sugar syrup is designed to resemble stewed rhubarb.
Giffard Speculoos Syrup
Speculoos is a biscuit shaped (gingerbread men-style) supposedly to resemble Saint Nicolas and traditionally enjoyed during Advent, particularly in Belgium,
Giffard Matcha Green Tea Syrup
Produced by family owned company in the Loire Valley, France, who mix Matcha green tea with hot water and then add beet sugar to make this flavoured syrup.
Giffard Green Apple Syrup
Produced by family owned company in the Loire Valley, France, this coconut apple flavoured syrup is made with beet sugar and contains no preservatives.
Giffard Coconut Syrup
Produced by family owned company in the Loire Valley, France, this coconut flavoured syrup is made with beet sugar, coconut milk, and milk proteins. (No
Agave Sec Liqueur
Agave Sec retains the classic orange notes of a triple sec liqueur and blends them with rich agave nectar extracted from the same plant tequila is distilled
Giffard Salted Caramel Syrup
Giffard Crème Brulée Syrup
Giffard Crème Brulée syrup is free of preservatives and made using natural flavours. It is suited to use in drinks ranging from tea and coffee to hot
Giffard Framboise de Ronce
This liqueur is made by macerating Framboises de Ronce (Tayberries) (enhanced with blackberries and raspberries) in beet neutral spirit. The Framboise