"Pages" Liqueur Fruit de la Passion, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Pages" Liqueur Fruit de la Passion, 0.7 L
Liqueur of orange color.
Liqueur shows a bright, sweet taste with dominant accents of ripe fruit passion fruit.
Liqueur has a juicy, expressive aroma with characteristic tones of ripe passion fruit.
Liquor is used in its pure form with ice, and is also used for making cocktails, it goes well with strong alcoholic beverages (rum, gin, vodka) and juices.
"Pages" Liqueur Fruit de la Passion is an original liquor with a bright taste and aroma. Passionfruit in tropical countries is considered one of the most delicious fruits. Juicy fruits with a fragrant flesh and sweet unique taste are especially appreciated when making liqueurs. Alcoholic maceration of the components takes place in specially designed stainless steel tanks, which protect the contents from light and oxidation. Thus, the rich taste and aroma of the ingredients persists throughout the entire maceration. Subsequent filtration also occurs without contact with air, which makes it possible to obtain a liquor with an extremely rich aroma and bright taste.
In the XIX century in France in the town of Le Puy-en-Velay region Auvergne lived herbarista Joseph Rumiye Sharretye, who worked as an apothecary. At that time, the treatment was done with the help of herbs, tinctures and other folk methods. Sheretrye had a lot of clients, and he earned a decent salary. But, despite this, the pharmacist was always looking for something new, he was eager for discoveries. In 1859, he mixed together more than 30 plants and distilled this mixture with a distiller. The resulting liquor was above all praise. The formula of creation was impeccable. The dominant component of the mixture was lemon verbena (it is Verveine or lemon verben). Therefore, the drink was named "Verveine du Velay Rumillet Charretier". The recipe for this liquor was so brilliant that its creator was afraid that the recipe could be stolen. Therefore, the recipe was transferred to the company under the sign of the strictest secret. It became a tradition.
In 1886, Josef Charrette transferred the reins of government to his cousin Victor Pages. Victor was a very vain man and therefore gave the brand his name - Verveine du Velay Pagès . But his vanity did not affect the development of the company to which he gave his whole life and strength. Thanks to Victor about the brand Pages became known not only in France, but also far beyond its borders. Viktor's grandson - Raymond Julien-Pagès, who was to become the next owner of the company, was engaged in tourism business, he had two networks of family hotels in France, so he had neither the strength nor the time. Raymond found himself a worthy substitute. Since 1984, the owners of the company is the concern Renaud Cointreau .
Today, more than a century and a half later, the Pagès brand is very popular and influential. The company produces liqueurs, aperitifs and even non-alcoholic syrups. Manufacturers are true to tradition. In the production of their products, they prefer to use natural raw materials, which greatly affects the quality of the drinks produced. Verbena for the preparation of liqueurs company Pages grows independently. As an additive to beverages, the producer uses cognac, sugar, honey and other natural ingredients. After distillation, the drinks are aged in oak barrels for several months, where they acquire softness and completeness. After the drinks are completely ready, they are sent to the commune of Nuits-Saint-Georges, in Burgundy. There they are bottled in branded bottles and sent to different parts of the world.
Company Pages Vedrenne part of the group Groupe Renaud Cointreau. Decades group Groupe Renaud Cointreau is engaged in manufacture and trade of cognac, champagne, liqueurs and other drinks, which are firmly ukoreniliss in their country of origin, often for centuries. All drinks are made with experience and traditions, which are passed down from generation to generation. Growth RENAUD Cointreau Group comes from its own products and the active policy of acquisitions that brought together a group of brands that show the development of wines and spirits in France for hundreds of years.