Picon Club A L'Orange Liqueur Bitters

100cl / 18%
Picon Club A L'Orange Liqueur Bitters / Litre
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A litre-bottle of orange-based liqueur with a bittersweet flavour, Picon is best served as an aperitif, but is also frequently mixed with wine, in which it tastes a lot better than you might expect.

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This product may contain the following:
  • sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10mg/kg or 10mg/l

Picon Club A L'Orange Liqueur Bitters Reviews

15 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    3 September 2018

    My husband enjoyed this addition to his beer while we were in Paris. It cannot be purchased in the US. I found it on this site. It was out of stock, but they emailed me when it was in. It’s very expensive to ship to the US, so I bought 2 bottles. It arrived within 2 weeks of the order date. I was kept updated on shipping. I did have to sign for the package, since it’s alcohol. It was packed with plenty of cushion. We haven’t opened it yet, so I can’t review the flavor, but I’m sure it’s the same. This review is really about the company.

  • 5
    6 November 2017

    In Alsace, where my mother-in-law is from, this liqueur is most often mixed with beer, often together with a lemon syrup of some kind. I would say approximately a double shot mixed into a beer is a common amount--more or less according to taste.

  • Anonymous 18 October 2011

    Since 1997 and my first visit to France, being introduced to Picon Club, my home has NEVER been without stock. The reason I am on line,this is the first time I have been down to my last bottle. Need a supplier in the UK

  • Bryant 30 December 2010

    I see that Amer Picon is down to 18% (365 proof). Oh for the grand old days of Amer Segalas, the premier Picon that had been manufactured in San Francisco since the 1860s, but unfortunately the family couldn't compete with the big distributors. They were 78 proof and better taste that the French dimishing proof version.

  • Anonymous 9 October 2010

    my father was french and always returned with 6 bottles of Picon on his yearly visits to see his family. His recipe. 1 Bottle Amer Picon Club, l bottle of Vodka, 1/2 bottle brandy, l bottle of dessert wine mix altogether then return to bottle. Drink, large tumbler 1/2 full topped with Fanta orange and ice- one glass or two and thats you set for the nite.

  • TWE Admin 25 May 2010

    I think Club is usually added to wine and biere is added to beer. We normally have both.

  • Anonymous 25 May 2010

    What's the difference between the amer pichon "club" version and the "biere" here in this catalog?

  • Lara 29 July 2009

    Just back from Holiday in France where we discovered "Picon Biere", delicious! When will it be back in stock?

  • Michel Dravigny 28 July 2009

    I am French and I have been looking for Picon for years. My favorite drink back in France was "Picon Biere"Please let me Know when your next shipment arrive.

  • Anonymous 23 July 2009

    Please let me know when this will be back in stock! Thank you!

  • Anonymous 9 July 2009

    when will this be back in stock??

  • Uhalde 28 June 2009

    I couldn't agree more with Etchemendy.

  • Anonymous 12 June 2009

    Please bring back in stock. thanks!

  • Etchemendy 20 January 2009

    I am part of a large American/French-Basque family that settled in the Western U.S. 2-3 generations ago. We serve a wonderful aperitif known as "Picon punch" at every family gathering. Picon, club soda, brandy, grenadine, and a twist of lemon. Delicious, packs a "punch," and a wonderful time is ensured for all. Just wish it were easier to get stateside.

  • Anonymous 21 May 2007

    An excellent mixer; Added to whitebeer, with lemon juice. or added to a white wine.