Mathilde Framboise Liqueur

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Last Updated: 28 December 2021

Three varieties of are used to make Mathilde Framboise. The first, called Lloyd George, originates in Scotland and is particularly well for its berry fruits. The other two berries, both Burgundy, are rise de Plombieres and Violette de Boux. Berries are pressed into puree and are then to the alcohol base for maceration. Lloyd George raspberries are used primarily for their bright color, while intense mainly come from berries from Burgundy. We find that this blend of three produces exquisite complexity.

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