Liqueurs

“There can be nothing more frequent than an occasional drink.” - Oscar Wilde
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Roll over: Long and Intense.

Enticingly perfumed and richly fragrant with fruity notes of apricot and citrus followed by vanilla "rancio". Light and delicate in the mouth, with the gentleness of slow ageing. Full and soft finish, developing into fruit.

Acknowledged by experts as the leading producer of the very finest and best Cognacs, Delamain is one of the oldest names in Cognac and one of the last remaining family owned and operated firms. All Cognacs are made exclusively from grapes grown in Grande Champagne, and attention to detail, dedication to quality and respect for traditions are the hallmarks of this famous brand. Only aged XO Cognacs carry the Delamain label

Roll over: Traditional and rich with fresh blackcurrant, pleasant acidity, sweetness and herbal hints.

An exemplary traditional cassis from the Carthusian monks, more famous for their phenomenally green herbal liqueur. The blackcurrants used to make this come from the area around the charterhouse in Voiron.

A blackcurrant liqueur from those Carthusian monks who hold the secrets behind Chartreuse

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Roll over: Fruity and bright with well-balanced sweetness.

An exemplary traditional cassis from the Carthusian monks, more famous for their phenomenally green herbal liqueur. The blackcurrants used to make this come from the area around the charterhouse in Voiron.

A blackcurrant liqueur from those Carthusian monks who hold the secrets behind Chartreuse

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Roll over: Intense blueberry, tart with balancing sweetness.

Cream Blueberry of the Chartreux fathers, can be eaten very fresh with ice or lying flat or sparkling water. As an appetizer, serve the liquor with a very cool white wine or a champagne struck to release its aromas. Based on the recipe of a grimoire of the 16th or 17th century have been developed by the Carthusian fathers; their marketing helps their community to survive and continue to pray in silence and solitude, according to the inspiration of Saint Bruno. 

A bilberry liqueur from those Carthusian monks who hold the secrets behind Chartreuse.