Picon Biere Liqueur Bitters

100cl / 18%
Picon Biere Liqueur Bitters
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This famous French orange bitter liqueur is a staple in its home country, where it is mixed with pilsner or wheat beer to create a potent brew known simply as Picon Biere. Created in 1830, Picon also contains essences of gentian and quinine. It is particularly delicious (and dangerous) with Hoegaarden.
Digestive Bitters

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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 Biere Liqueur Bitters Reviews

31 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    18 January

    This was first consumed when I was an exchange student in France. I have loved it since. Add a dolop to your favorite cheap light beer and open your mind to a new experience...

  • 5
    13 February 2015

    Years ago a friend who owned an Hotel and bar in France introduced me to this almost like using as a cordial and then adding lager. I have been in love with it ever since and hate it when I run out. It is a log cheaper in France of course. I am going to Strasbourg in the spring so hope to buy a couple of bottles there, it really give a kick to lager but is quite strong. On reading some reviews on Picon I see it can be used for a variety of drinks, maybe half a dozen botts wouldn''t go amiss. !!

  • 5
    1 December 2014


  • 5
    23 October 2014

    My cocktail invention: 1.5fl oz gold rum (of your choice), 1fl oz Briottet Creme de Fraises des Bois (Tosolini is the only alternative I''ve found that approaches this), 1fl oz Amer Picon. The Amer Picon is the optional ingredient here but it adds an extra dimension. Don''t drink more than 1 - it works out strong.

  • 3
    24 June 2014

    I used it to make a Brooklyn cocktail for my wife. It is a variant of a Manhattan. She liked it and want me to occasionally make another.

  • 5
    24 June 2014

    Super Stuff. first tried this in France on the recommendation of a waiter. Always have it over there now. being able to buy it in the UK is a pleasure that brings back holiday memories :-)

  • 24 May 2014

    Picon bier in France makes all bier better except Belgium bier, it holds excellence alone.

  • 14 December 2012

    Absolutely love it mixed with a nicely chilled beer. Going back to France in January so will be stocking up

  • 2 March 2012

    I tried for the first time in a Chamonix restaurant! and I couldn't believed myself, so rich and nice for the palate! I wished I could find it in Miami!

  • 5 September 2011

    just tried this for the 1st time, very nice with lager, will try it with the other suggestions over time

  • 2 August 2011

    My favourite cafe (the Cafe Brancardieres in Lourdes) makes a cocktail called a Cesar. It is Picon Amer, white wine and a number of other "secret" ingredients which no amount of wheedling or bribery will coax from them. Quite outstanding as an aperatif.

  • 10 July 2011

    picon vin blanc - to die for

  • 28 January 2011


  • 15 November 2010

    I was drinking Picon Biere off the menu just recently on holiday in the South of France, I then spent hours looking for it in the supermarkets there but couldn't find it, I never realised it was a liquer and beer mix, clearly was looking in the wrong isle. This stuff is lovely!

  • 27 October 2010

    I used to drink Picon Biere when I worked in Strasbourg - it makes even French beer palatable.

  • 24 October 2010

    So, so good. Picon 'Biere' with a lager or Picon 'Club' with white wine.

  • 10 October 2010

    you are not suppose to mix this with beer, but with dry white wine and grenadine, that's how we drink it in Belgium

  • 22 August 2010

    i like the product

  • 6 August 2010

    Just lovely. Had this in Beziers last weekend, brought a bottle back - such a hit with everyone that we are trying to get some brought back from Northern Spain THIS weekend!

  • 21 July 2010

    You cannot make Picon Punch with this stuff because that drink requires the 78 proof formulation.

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