Miasa Safran French Liqueur 500ml

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Introducing the experts in saffron – Miasa Saffron Liqueur - the world's first! A uniquely balanced floral bouquet, tender lychee and sweet elder, this royal liqueur will enchant your senses with an exquisite taste. The taste is enriched by the most exclusive spice in the world – saffron. Coined “red gold”, this saffron is sourced from one of the most unspoiled locations in the world, the Khorasan region along the historic Silk Road in north Iran. 
 
With its French recipe and hand bottled in Bordeaux France, Miasa is a royal liqueur that will indulge, enchant and inspire the senses with its unrivalled purity. Savour over a glass of champagne. Offering unmatched expertise and stringent quality control standards, Miasa guarantees first class quality in every bottle. Store at room temperature.
 

Tasting Note: Golden yellow colour. The uniquely balanced floral bouquet is complemented by subtle flavours of tender lychee and sweet elder flower.

Additional Details

SKU:
12188-GB-UNIT
Style:
Spice Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
500
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
15
Region:
France

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