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Mathilde Peche Liqueur

Mathilde Peche Liqueur

Your Price: $29.95
The vine peaches used for Mathilde Pêche are small, with a tough skin and moderately soft, white flesh with a particularly rich aroma. They are considered to be the most flavorful peach variety. Vine peaches are incredibly juicy, despite their small size, with an intense and seductive taste. We only use vine peaches cultivated in France that are hand selected to ensure their freshness. The peaches – skin, flesh and pit – are macerated in alcohol. The entire peach is used to extract as much of its taste and aroma as possible. A small amount of sugar is incorporated and water is added to bring the liqueur to proof and round out the liqueur’s distinctly pleasing palate.
Item Number: Mathilde Peach Liqueur
Availability: In Stock 4
Size: 750ML

Mathilde Peche Peach Liqueur

The vine peaches used for Mathilde Pêche are small, with a tough skin and moderately soft, white flesh with a particularly rich aroma. They are considered to be the most flavorful peach variety. Vine peaches are incredibly juicy, despite their small size, with an intense and seductive taste. We only use vine peaches cultivated in France that are hand selected to ensure their freshness.

The peaches – skin, flesh and pit – are macerated in alcohol. The entire peach is used to extract as much of its taste and aroma as possible.  A small amount of sugar is incorporated and water is added to bring the liqueur to proof and round out the liqueur’s distinctly pleasing palate.

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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