Fine artisanal French liqueur. All natural, made from 100% fresh, handpicked elderflowers. Subtle yet complex flavor. Easily pairs with a variety of spirits in many cocktails.
Today, Pernods distinct licorice flavor remains the same because anise is a key ingredient in its modern blend and when a few drops of water are added it will still turn milky-green. Pernod is also popular when mixed with non-alcoholic mixers, fermented as well as distilled spirits including grenadine, orange juice, soda, champagne, gin and rum to name a few. Some drink favorites that feature Pernod are the Pink Panther, French Fizz, Pernod Paradise, Pernod Sunrise, Rosmarino and the New Orleans Sazerac.
After being banned in 1912, Pernod - the first brand of Absinthe, returns to the US market where the absinthe category is growing rapidly. Absinthe is a spirit distilled from three primary ingredients: Wormwood, Fennel, and Star Anis. Every characteristic of the spirit comes from these plants; the sweetness, the herbaceous quality and the licorice aroma. The bright green hue of Absinthe is a unique trademark to the spirit and is preferred by consumers. For this, the French gave Absinthe an affectionate nickname,La Fee Verte (The Green Fairy).
Domaine de Canton captures the very essence of fresh baby ginger. It is married with fine eau de vie, VSOP, and XO Grande Champagne Cognacs, which when crafted with fresh Tahitian vanilla beans, Provencal honey, and Tunisian ginseng add both vibrancy and dimension. To maintain the highest quality possible, Domaine de Canton is handmade naturally without preservatives or colorants.
SOHO is ranked number 2 on the new liqueurs market in France. Soho Lychee Liqueur is flavoured with the refreshing taste of lychee, the fruit of a tree native to tropical Asia, which has exquisitely sweet, fragrant pulp. Soho, with its subtle, refreshing and original taste, was launched in 1989 in bars and discotheques, then in 1991 on the mass distribution market. The brand is evocative of Asia's mysteries.
The pastis Ricard was created by Paul Ricard, in Marseilles in 1932. To reveal all the true flavors of the anis, licorice and the herbs of Provence, we recommend to mix 5 parts of water to one part Ricard then simply add a couple of ice cubes. Our pride is, as always, in giving pleasure.