Combier Roi Rene Rouge Cherry Liqueur

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alc./vol:
17%

Proof:
34°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
No age statement

Closure: Natural cork stopper

Product of: Product of France France


Combier Rene Rouge Combier Rene Rouge Roi René Rouge cherry liqueur is made to a recipe said to have first been developed in 1632 by the Benedictine nun, Reverend Mother Gautron of the Benedictine Abbey of Saumur. It is made with a blend of hand-picked wild guignes cherries from France and morello cherries from southern England. Product #: 4954 4.5 stars, based on 1 reviews Rating from 1.0 to 5 £17.15 In stock! Order now!

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Roi René Rouge cherry liqueur is made to a recipe said to have first been developed in 1632 by the Benedictine nun, Reverend Mother Gautron of the Benedictine Abbey of Saumur. It is made with a blend of hand-picked wild guignes cherries from France and morello cherries from southern England.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 01/12/2014

Appearance

Murky, browny burgundy red.

Aroma

Cherry fruit and toasted almond.

Taste

Almond, prune and lighter cherry with black pepper bite.

Aftertaste

Walnut and prune finish. Overall: Perhaps more prune and almond than the headline cherry but tasty all the same.

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