Founded in 1874, the French liqueur house Gabriel Boudier is justly most famous for its Creme de Cassis, but also produces a wide range of other fine fruit-based liqueurs with pretty labels, of which this taspberry liqueur is an outstanding example.
A classic Dijon creme de cassis from one of the region's most respected producers, and winner of a Gold Medal from the Spirits Business Liqueur Masters amongst numerous other awards. The beautiful and iconic Gabriel Boudier cassis label is recognised the world over. IWSC 2012 - Gold Outstanding Medal - Liqueurs
A maceration of wild blackberries in alcohol produces this lipsmacking liqueur, specially designed by producers Gabriel Boudier to work with still or sparkling wine as a sweeter substitute for cassis in a kir or kir royale.
A real treat. Renowned French producers Gabriel Boudier distil various citrus fruits separately (including sweet and sour oranges, bergamot, lime & mandarin), then blend those distillates with Fine Champagne cognac to create this superb liqueur.