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Byrrh Grand Quinquina – Dessert Wine From France – 750ml Bottle
The ideal gift! Buy the best dessert & fortified wine online. Price and reviews available for Byrrh Grand Quinquina – Dessert Wine From France – 750ml Bottle. Byrrh Grand Quinquina is made to the original late-19th century recipe that earned worldwide fame and inspired fifty years of evocative poster art. Byrrh combines a generous, port-like wine and mistelle base with a firm backbone of natural quinine to produce a fruity, refreshing aperitif by itself, with tonic and a twist, or paired with blue cheese. In cocktails, Byrrh mixes well with vodka, gin, cognac, tequila, Irish whiskey, and grapefruit. Byrrh is produced in Thuir, in the heart of French Catalan territory, near the coast and border with Spain. In 1866, brothers and traveling merchants Simon and Pallade Violet opened a shop in Thuir with a few small barrels of wine. Simon created a unique recipe from a blend of fine Roussillon wines flavoured with plant extracts and enhanced with cinchona bark (quinine). The name is a random invention: the letters B Y R R H were simply code letters attached to a few rolls of cloth stored in the haberdashery owned by the Violet brothers. The company expanded rapidly beginning in the late 1800s, and the Violet family built the expansive cellars that exist today. Caves Byrrh contain the largest oak vat in the world, with a capacity of over 1 million liters. More information: https://alpenz.com/product-byrrh.html LAffiche Build in a double rocks glass: 3 oz Byrrh Grand Quinquina 3 oz tonic water Garnish with a sprig of mint and a lemon peel. https://alpenz.com/recipe-0526-0068.html Passa Paloma Build in a highball glass filled with ice: 1.5 oz blanco tequila 1.5 oz Byrrh Grand Quinquina 3 oz grapefruit soda Garnish with a lemon peel. Figidini Restaurant, Providence, RI https://alpenz.com/recipe-0526-0234.html
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