Liqueur L'Heritier-Guyot, Creme de Framboise, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase L'Heritier-Guyot, Creme de Framboise, 0.7 L
Liqueur of a transparent pink-orange color with a shiny sun.
Liqueur has a soft, harmonious, rich taste with delicate sweetness and notes of juicy peach.
A pleasant aroma of liquor is filled with notes of a peach, spring flowers and confectionery spices.
Liqueur is beautiful in its pure form, with ice and white wine, as well as excellent with desserts, cocktails and other mixed drinks.
L'Heritier-Guyot, Creme de Peche is a product of consistently high quality, confirmed by certificates, and its recipe is protected by a patent. Liquor is produced since 1908 and since then neither the recipe nor the technology has changed. In 2012, the liqueur received an IG (geographic origin) identification from the National Institute for the Control of Origin and Quality (INAO). Details of the unique formulation of the liqueur are kept secret, it is known only that it does not contain dyes, flavors and preservatives, and peaches are collected in the commune of Dijon. The taste of liquor represents an ideal balance of fruit freshness and cream sweetness. Liqueur will be an excellent component of refreshing summer cocktails and various desserts, a classic combination - with ice and white or pink wine.
Cream de Péch repeatedly won prizes and was awarded medals at local and international competitions.
The company L'Heritier-Guyot was founded in 1845 in Dijon. Louis-Baptiste L'Erithé created a production of liqueurs in the center of Burgundy, based on his original technique of cold sugar. 10 years later he married Mademoiselle Guillaume, and the company received a second surname in the title. This winery is considered one of the oldest producers in France of the famous blackcurrant cream-liqueur (Creme de Cassis) and remains in the top of the best for many years.
The L'Erithe-Guyot winery owns 40 acres of gardens in the famous Côte d'Or wine region. In these gardens the black currant of different grades is grown. The region is famous primarily for the wonderful Burgundy wines, but the terroir here is also ideal for growing a first-class blackcurrant. Lime soils on the western border of Burgundy are well reflected in the taste of the final product. The practiced principle of low yield yields a fragrant, highly concentrated blackcurrant fruit.
Today, the company manages to combine proven traditions and modern innovations, which is embodied in the unchanged preservation of the original characteristics of the liquor Cassis de Dijon for decades. Annually in supermarkets around the world, more than 2 million bottles of liqueur from L'Erithye-Guillot are sold. Is there a better quality recognition marker?