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Briottet Liqueur de The Vert Hibiscus

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Briottet Liqueur de The Vert Hibiscus
£19.99

Green tea is a tea which oxidises very little during processing of it. It is very popular in China and in Japan, where it has a reputation as having very significant healing properties. As for roselle (Hibiscus sabdariff), its red flowers, when dried and then infused, are used extensively in West Africa in sauces and in jams and notably to make bissap, a red and very sweet drink. BriottetХs green tea and hibiscus will astound you, since it is such an unusual and successful combination. An invitation to travel! Those of you who love very unusual tastes -- this is the liqueur for you.

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Maison Briottet is a family business, founded in 1836. Originally, the family were ageing, blending, bottling and selling wines. Following the development of the blanc cassis aperitif (white wine with Crème de Cassis), the company's activities evolved to producing fruit crèmes, liqueurs, brandies and marcs de Bourgogne.

The current managing director, Gérard Briottet, represents the fourth generation, and maintains the tradition started by his great grandfather, Edmond Briottet, of exclusively selling to the traditional sector of wine shops, delicatessens, hotels, bars and restaurants.

Maison Briottet maintains a very high level of quality. It is the selection of the ripest fruit from the most suitable cultivars that results in the finest flavours ; therefore contracting the right growers to produce the correct fruit is crucial. Subsequently, properly observed maceration with very pure neutral alcohol, and blending with the correct proportion of sugars to achieve the balance between fruit flavour, sweetness, acidity and alcohol create these excellent crèmes and liqueurs.

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Name Briottet Liqueur de The Vert Hibiscus
Country France
Region Dijon
ABV% 18%
Size 700ml
Dietary Information No
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