Marie Brizard Framboise Raspberry Liqueur 700ml

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Description

 

Marie Brizard Framboise liqueur is an intensely red coloured raspberry liqueur created by the masterful infusion of two types of raspberries. The rich berry flavours are balanced with the addition of blackcurrant and cherry.

Appreciate the stunning raspberry flavours by sipping neat, or perfect for use in cocktails and long drinks.



Raspberry-Champagne Mojito

1/2 lemon (large, - cut in 1/4 pieces)

6 mint leaves (large)

3 tsps organic sugar

1/2 cup fresh raspberries (3oz, 85gr)

3 ozs white rum

3/4 oz raspberry liqueur

sparkling wine (or Champagne)

fresh mint (as garnish)

fresh raspberries (as garnish)

Step 1: Place the lemon, mint leaves and sugar in a mixing glass. Using a muddler, crush the ingredients until the sugar has dissolved and the lemon has released its juice. Add the raspberries and continue to muddle until the raspberries are well mashed and have released their juices. Top with ice cubes, rum and liqueur. Shake vigorously until very cold.

Step 2: Strain the mixture into two Champagne glasses. Top with a little Champagne or sparkling wine.

Tasting Note: Sweet and smooth, characteristic of ripe raspberries.

Additional Details

SKU:
11182-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
16
Region:
Italy
Style:
Fruit Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur

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