Marie Brizard Anisette France

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Has a licorice fragrance that's more herbal than sweet; time in the glass allows the earthy scent of anise to permeat...

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Anisette Marie Brizard - France. The company Marie Brizard was founded in Bordeaux in 1755 and has been increased to largest and best known produce... Read more

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Source: Luxurious Drinks
08/18/2012

Anisette Marie Brizard - France. The company Marie Brizard was founded in Bordeaux in 1755 and has been increased to largest and best known producer of liqueurs. The company established its reputation with the production of Anisette liqueur. Marie Br...


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Has a licorice fragrance that's more herbal than sweet; time in the glass allows the earthy scent of anise to permeate. Palate entry is intensely herbal and only moderately sweet; at midpalate, the flavor presence is defined, poised, mildly herbal and succulently sweet while the texture is medium-bodied and neither cloying nor syrupy. Aftertaste is long, gentle, softly sweet and licorice-like.(Wine Enthusiast) Rated 90 Clear. Rather unusual aromas of herbs and anise. Thick, very sweet and syrupy with an herbal, oily quality, as well as anise flavors that linger through the finish.(tastings.com) Anisette, the flagship product,is the same Anisette as the one Mademoiselle Marie Brizard and her nephew, Jean Baptiste Roger started producing in 1755. The main ingredient, green anise, comes from the sunny and windy highlands of Andalusia, where the plant benefits from both the cool nights and the unique soil. Andalusian soil produces an anise of extraordinary finesse and richness. In this Spanish province, where traditional farming practices are still employed, anise is cultivated in a number of small holdings and Marie Brizard buys 20 to 30 percent of the total production. The aniseed and 13 carefully selected aromatic plants give this 100% natural liqueur a subtle and delicate taste.

Has a licorice fragrance that's more herbal than sweet; time in the glass allows the earthy scent of anise to permeate. Palate entry is intensely herbal and only moderately sweet; at midpalate, the flavor presence is defined, poised, mildly herbal and succulently sweet while the texture is medium-bodied and neither cloying nor syrupy. Aftertaste is long, gentle, softly sweet and licorice-like.(Wine Enthusiast) Rated 90 Clear. Rather unusual aromas of herbs and anise. Thick, very sweet and syrupy with an herbal, oily quality, as well as anise flavors that linger through the finish.(tastings.com) Anisette, the flagship product,is the same Anisette as the one Mademoiselle Marie Brizard and her nephew, Jean Baptiste Roger started producing in 1755. The main ingredient, green anise, comes from the sunny and windy highlands of Andalusia, where the plant benefits from both the cool nights and the unique soil. Andalusian soil produces an anise of extraordinary finesse and richness. In this Spanish province, where traditional farming practices are still employed, anise is cultivated in a number of small holdings and Marie Brizard buys 20 to 30 percent of the total production. The aniseed and 13 carefully selected aromatic plants give this 100% natural liqueur a subtle and delicate taste.

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