Liqueur Monin, "Creme de Framboise", 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Monin, "Creme de Framboise", 0.7 L
Liquor ruby red color with orange highlights.
Liquor has a balanced sour-sweet berry flavor with a pleasant aftertaste of raspberry liqueur.
Fragrance contains notes of liquor fresh raspberries, sweet raspberry liqueur and floral shades.
Liquor is added to cocktails based on wine and champagne, served to ice cream and desserts.
Monin, "Creme de Framboise" - one of the most popular liquor company Monin, has a universal taste and aroma of sweet raspberry. Liquor is part of many cocktails, added to desserts, champagne and martinis. "Creme de Framboise" - a guarantee of successful feast!
Production of liqueurs and syrups Monin was founded Geordie Monin in 1912 in the historic town of Bourges in France. Place for the production was not chosen by chance. Bourges is close to the traditional agricultural areas where they grow wonderful fruit. From the outset, Monin products are of the highest quality, so George slogan - "La Passion de la Qualite" ("Passion for Quality") - became the motto of the company. In 1930, the company began to expand the boundaries, liqueurs and syrups made of steel on the basis of tropical fruits from Morocco, Tunisia, the Caribbean, West Africa. So Monin becomes a world leader in the manufacture and sale of syrups, liqueurs, aperitifs and soft drinks premium.
In 1993 Monin joined the prestigious International Bartenders Association "IBA", in 1994 won the Grand Prix of the "European Excellence" for excellence in manufacturing. In 1996, the company confirmed the high reputation, winning three gold medals at the competition "International Cocktail Competition" in Tokyo. The company's products has been used in three official cocktail recipes "IBA", awarded top prizes.
Monin today - it is the largest and renowned for syrups and premium liquors. The company's products are sold in 85 countries around the world, and the range includes about 75 taste-making as in alcoholic beverages (liqueurs) and a soft (syrups).