Pernod Ricard Group
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This French liquorice based spirit is one of Europe’s and the world’s best-selling spirit brands. It dates back to 1932 when the 22 year-old Paul Ricard created his...
Pernod is made from distillates of star anise and fennel, married with distillates of 14 herbs including camomile, coriander and veronica. Pernod has a low liquorice content, which...
This pastis was originally launched in 1951 under the name ‘Pernod 51’, but due to the common misapprehension that the brand was a 51% strength Pernod, the name was changed.
All the botanical influences and low cost of entry distillation opportunities which gin offers, but without gin’s restrictive requirement to include
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