Combier's Roi Rene Rouge Cherry Liqueur is made to a 1632 recipe developed by a local nun – Reverend Mother Gautron of the Benedictine Abbey of Saumur. Made using a combination of French guigne and English morello cherries, this is not overly syrupy.
Combier Original was the world's first triple sec created way back in 1834. Still produced to the same recipe today, this orange liqueur is best enjoyed either served chilled over ice or in a variety of cocktails.
A triple sec from Combier, who claim that Jean-Baptiste Combier invented the orange liqueur sometime between 1834 and 1848 at their distillery in Saumur. Debated though that is, this is one of the originals, with a a bright citrus flavour.
Created in 1860, while Jean-Baptiste Combier was in prison, this blend of Original Combier, Elixir Combier and VSOP cognac, along with a variety of herbs and spices, is packed full of orange and spice. Great on its own or in cocktails when you need a bit more spice than a triple sec can deliver.