Made using the Bergeron variety of apricot which is grown in the Rhone Valley, South of France, this liqueur is full-bodied and delicious with a lengthy finish. If you are a fan of cocktails, why not give Paradise a go? Combine 4cl of Gin, 2cl of Edmond Briottet Apricot and 4cl of orange juice - perfect!
Deliciously chocolatey, the white Crem de Cacao tends to be less sweet and lighter than the brown version. Used in a variety of cocktails, this is an essential bottle for any mixologist!
The chestnuts used in this liqueur are from Ardeche in southern France. Try this poured over a good quality vanilla ice cream for a delicious dessert, or with some Melon for a lighter dish.
The Hazelnut flavour in this liqueur really comes through. This is a great bottle to have in your cocktail cupboard as it can be used in so many different drinks, add a splash to your coffee for a delicious combination on a cold winters evening .
Used widely to make jams and jellies, quince is like a cross between an apple and a pear in flavour. The Quince used in this liqueur are grown in the South of France, harvested when fully mature and left to macerate for around 6 weeks. This is a versatile liqueur that can be used in cocktails, but also in both sweet and savoury cooking.