aperitif drinks

aperitif drinks

Aperitif drinks are specific drinks that are drunk before going to table and are intended to open the appetite of the guests. Generally served with tapas (appetizers) such as peanuts or olives. Do not hesitate to try to concoct your own cocktails and have your guests entertained. Mojito, cuba libre and caipirinha are therefore welcome.

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Aperitif drinks are specific drinks that are drunk before going to table and are intended to open the appetite of the guests. Generally served with tapas (appetizers) such as peanuts or olives. Do not hesitate to try to concoct your own cocktails and have your guests entertained. Mojito, cuba libre and caipirinha are therefore welcome.

Discover our selection of aperitif drinks such as liqueurs with the famous malibu or pastis de Marseille and are aniseed. To consume with moderation of course.

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  • Pastis of marseille

    Ricard's design is always carried out according to the recipe of Paul Ricard, kept secret since 1932.

    The reputation of Pastis Ricard is based on the quality and variety of its natural ingredients.

    Chinese star anise or star anise is the main ingredient. It is harvested in southern China where the best fruits are hand picked, dried in the sun and first distilled on the spot, in order to preserve the aroma of the badiane transformed into anise essential oil. The rigorous selection ensures the use of the best anise essential oils.

    The aroma route continues in the Middle East to discover another natural ingredient: licorice. On the harvest site, the most aromatic "woods" (roots) of licorice are selected.

  • Sirops appetizers

    Syrups are sweet and non-alcoholic liquids that serve in different types of beverages and in the kitchen.

    Created by the reduction of a sweet liquid (water mixed with sugar, cane juice, agave, etc.), all syrups sold in France must contain a minimum of 55% sugar (50% in the case of syrups citrus). Fruit syrups which contain in addition to sugar a minimum of 10% fruit juice (7% in the case of citrus fruits). Syrup of orgeat is a syrup whose main taste is that of almond extracts; the grenadine syrup rarely contains grenadine, but most often a mixture of extracts of red fruits and vanilla.

  • liqueurs appetizers

    A Liqueur is a spirit drink with a sugar content of more than 100 grams per liter (excluding Cherry and Gentian Liqueurs) produced from aromatization of distilled alcohol or other spirits with products of agricultural origin - milk, cream or fruit - and sugar. Originally conceived as a means of preserving a variety of herbs and plants for medicinal purposes, it is an alcohol which has become indispensable for the creation of many cocktails, and whose consumption is today extremely widespread, both in aperitif as well as digestif.

  • drinks soft

    If you are not necessarily a fan of whiskey, vodka or even alcoholic beverages too strong, then you can turn soft drinks and more fun to enjoy with friends. For without alcohol the party is more crazy (at least for some).

  • Tequila
  • Rhum

    Rum is a cane brandy produced in many ways and in a large number of countries and regions. Born in the early 17th century in the Caribbean, rum is historically a spirits derived from the sugar industry because it was made from molasses, syrup or cane juice.

    Consumed for more than 300 years, rum has left its impression on the culture and history of a large part of the world. There are two main types of rum and three major cultural styles: traditional rums are distilled from molasses and produced mainly in the former British or Spanish colonies. Agricultural rums are distilled from cane juice freshly pressed and still remain the specialty of islands of French domination.

  • Calvados

    Calvados is a distilled drink made from cider and perry, Calvados is produced in Normandy.

    Nowadays better known abroad than in France, it benefits from a simple system of appellations that guarantees its uniqueness and quality. Under a single generic appellation Calvados AOC there are three sub-appellations linked to distinct terroirs and techniques. 'Pays d'Auge' for distilled spirits in recipe-based and cider-based stills only; "Domfrontais" for those distilled in column stills with a minimum of 30% perry; and "Blanche de Normandie" for non-aged spirits. For each, apple orchards are made up of at least 20% of local varieties, about 70% of bitter or sweet varieties and up to 15% of acid varieties.

  • Apéritif a base de vin

    It is an aperitif based on wine or grape juice, the fermentation of which has been stopped by the addition of alcohol.

    Discover our selection of aperitifs based on wine lillet and lillet reserve jean de lillet.

  • Porto

    Port wine is certainly the most famous mutated wine. Like other mutated wines, it is made by adding alcohol to the must during fermentation. They are made from the grape varieties touriga nacional, tinta roriz, touriga franca, tinta barroca and tinta cão cultivated in the valley of the Douro and are declined in several styles.

    According to aging, vintage, assembly and several other factors, there are several types of portos: ruby, LBV, vintage, tawny, colheita.

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