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Les Crèmes de fruits Creme de cassis

We produce our own Noir de Bourgogne blackcurrants. The harvest is in July. The Noir de Bourgogne blackcurrant variety gives very concentrated small berries with particularly strong flavours. It is different from everyday eating blackcurrant varieties, which have big berries that are often imported and frozen

Food and wine pairings

Crème de cassis may be drunk in association with a white wine, a sparkling white or a champagne as an aperitif, or straight as an after dinner drink. In the kitchen, it can be used to deglaze the juices from a duck steaklet for example, or on a dessert made with red fruit or poured over vanilla ice-cream.

Robe.

Robe.

The texture is particularly creamy; you can see that when you tip the bottle then put it back upright, the crème sticks to the sides. This is a sign of quality and balance. The colour is dark and tends towards purple.

Nose.

Nose.

Very strong, long-lasting blackcurrant aromas.

Mouth.

Mouth.

The crème is very concentrated, meaning you can serve very small quantities without losing any flavours. When served straight, the texture is creamy.

Conservation.

Conservation.

Once opened, keep the bottle in the fridge for 2 months.

Alcohol level.

Alcohol level.

18%

Robe.

Robe.

The texture is particularly creamy; you can see that when you tip the bottle then put it back upright, the crème sticks to the sides. This is a sign of quality and balance. The colour is dark and tends towards purple.

Nose.

Nose.

Very strong, long-lasting blackcurrant aromas.

Mouth.

Mouth.

The crème is very concentrated, meaning you can serve very small quantities without losing any flavours. When served straight, the texture is creamy.

Conservation.

Conservation.

Once opened, keep the bottle in the fridge for 2 months.

Alcohol level.

Alcohol level.

18%