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Mathilde Framboise Liqueur
Mathilde Framboise Liqueur

Mathilde Framboise Liqueur

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Mathilde Framboise Raspberry Liqueur Three varieties of raspberry are used to make Mathilde Framboise. The first, called Lloyd George, originates in Scotland and is particularly well known for its berry fruits. The other two berries, both from Burgundy, are the Rose de Plombières and the Violette de Boux. The berries are pressed into a puree and are then added to the alcohol base for maceration. The Lloyd George raspberries are used primarily for their bright color, while the intense aromatics mainly come from the berries from Burgundy. We find that this blend of the three varieties produces an exquisite complexity.
Item Number: Mathilde Raspberry Liqueur
Availability: In Stock 3
Size: 750ML

Mathilde Framboise Raspberry Liqueur

Three varieties of raspberry are used to make Mathilde Framboise. The first, called Lloyd George, originates in Scotland and is particularly well known for its berry fruits. The other two berries, both from Burgundy, are the Rose de Plombières and the Violette de Boux.

The berries are pressed into a puree and are then added to the alcohol base for maceration. The Lloyd George raspberries are used primarily for their bright color, while the intense aromatics mainly come from the berries from Burgundy. We find that this blend of the three varieties produces an exquisite complexity.

Mathilde fruit liqueurs are handcrafted French spirits produced from our cherished forefathers’ recipes. Today, Maison Ferrand painstakingly oversees the production of Mathilde liqueurs and strives to transmit its ancestral savoir-faire, year after year. The farmers who grow the fruits for Mathilde are guided by traditional farming techniques and harvest only the freshest fruits at their peak ripeness to ensure we capture the most palatable flavors.

The result is a fancy liqueur from France, wonderfully adaptable for mixing in cocktails, using in baking and cooking like our grandmothers did, drizzling on fruits and desserts, mixing with soda water and so many more variations.

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