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Chartreuse in 4 gastronomics starred restaurants wine lists
Chartreuse Cuvée Spéciale Meilleur Ouvrier de France “Sommelier”
Vodka in 2 gastronomics starred restaurants wine lists
Chartreuse 9ème Centenaire
Di Saronno Amaretto
Origin: Italy – Lombardy – Saronno
alcohol degree : 28°
Origin : Italy – Apulia
Alcohol degree : 28°
Origin : Italy – Veneto
Alcohol Degree : 28°
Triple sec Cointreau
Origine : France
Triple sec Combier
Origine : France
Triple sec Giffard
Origine : France
Mamma Mia Limoncello
Villa Massa Limoncello
Origin : France
Marie Brizard Manzanita
Origin : France
Védrenne Manzana Verde
Origin : France
Best liqueur’s brands
Refer to Chief’s, Sommelier’s, Bartender’s from gastronomic restaurants of all around the world‘s opinion to discover the best liqueur’s brands and best references. A ranking and comparative of the best liqueur’s brands by the Chief’s, Sommelier’s and Bartender’s from the top gastronomic experts.
|Chartreuse||France||Liqueurs made with plants, flowers and herbs||55°|
|Grand Marnier||France||Liqueurs made with bitter orange||40°|
|Roulot||France||Liqueurs made with apricot||25°|
|Manguin||France||Liqueurs made with lemon and bergamot||40°|
|Amaretto||Italy||Liqueurs made with almond||28°|
|Baileys||Ireland||Liqueurs made with whisky and cream||17°|
|Bénédictine||France||Liqueurs made with plant||40°|
|Cherry Heering||Denmark||Liqueurs made with coffee||24°|
|Triple sec Cointreau||France||Liqueurs made with orange||40°|
|Drambuie||Scotland||Liqueurs made with whisky, herbs and spices||40°|
|Fernet Branca||Italy||Liqueurs made with plants and aromatics herbs||28°|
|Get 27||France||Liqueurs made with mint||21°|
|Get 31||France||Liqueurs made with mint||21°|
|Izarra Jaune||France||Liqueurs made with plants and nuts||40°|
|Kummel||France||Liqueurs made with caraway, cumin and fennel||38°|
|Limoncello||Italy||Liqueurs made with lemon||30°|
|Malibu||France||Liqueurs made with coconut||18°|
|Marie Brizard Anizette||France||Liqueurs made with anise||25°|
|Sambuca||Italy||Liqueur à base star anise||40°|
|Verveine du Velay||France||Liqueurs made with herbs||55°|
|Tia Maria||Jamaica||Liqueurs made with coffee grains||20°|
|Manzana||Spain||Liqueurs made with apple||20°|
|Chouchen||France||Liqueurs made with honey||15°|
A liqueur is a spirit which contains at least 100 grammes of sugar per litre. Moreover, this sugar content is what legally designates a liqueur according to European legislation. A liqueur is basically made with alcohol to which fruit, grains, spices and plants or dairy products have been added.
A liqueur may be obtained through two techniques: maceration and infusion.
Most liqueurs are made with white Eau de Vie which is then macerated with agricultural products. This technique allows the alcohol, fruit, plants, grains, spices, and dairy products to mix in order to create a fluid and tasty alcoholic drink.
In the Middle Ages, medicinal qualities were attributed to the first liqueurs. The first productions of liqueur were made with herb wine, borage, lemon balm, spices, quince, rosemary, red cabbage, nettles, horseradish, euphraisia, dill, coriander, camomile, spices, campanula, sage, fennel, aniseed, couch grass, thistle or even cloves. Some solutions of liqueur were then used to heal wounds or even eyes, thanks to the complementary action of the alcohol and the plants.
It must be remembered that the first liqueurs that we know today were obtained through a still. This equipment was mainly used in French monasteries and by the Jesuits in Verona, Italy. Nowadays liqueurs are consumed all over the world.
Through time, medicinal liqueurs became a remedy liqueur to help digestion. Liqueurs then became a drink supposed to help digestion.
Liqueurs when they contain more than 250 grammes of sugar per litre are also called creams. Like crème de cassis for example, but this cream remains a liqueur and therefore a spirit.
Liqueurs can be divided into 3 categories:
Liqueurs made with coffee grains, cumin, aniseed, cloves, coriander or made with peel and roots like orange, lemon, mandarin, and gentian.
Liqueurs made with plants like verbena, lime, mint, violet, jasmine, or rose.
Liqueurs made with fruit: berries or stones like orange, cherry, banana, strawberry, apricot, redcurrant, blackcurrant, juniper berries, or cranberries.
Liqueurs are not usually vintage, but it is possible to find liqueurs by their year of production.
Liqueurs on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants
Liqueurs are highly appreciated during a gastronomic meal, most of the time they are served as an after-dinner drink, but they can also be consumed as an aperitif.
The alcohol in a liqueur has the advantage of capturing the flavours, taste, fragrance, and colours of agricultural products. There are obviously a lot of liqueurs, in fact, it might be possible to create brands and references of liqueurs ad infinitum as there are so many combinations of alcohol and agricultural products
Liqueurs are valued in gastronomic restaurants for their rich flavours. They can be served chilled, at room temperature and even sometimes flamed. The alcohol content of liqueurs varies from 15 to 55°. A lot of barmen in starred gastronomic restaurants make cocktails with liqueurs.
So, it is quite natural for starred gastronomic restaurants to advise liqueurs as an aperitif or an after-dinner drink. Liqueurs are often used to compose cocktails too. Therefore, liqueurs, which are sugary are particularly adapted to accompanying deserts.
Bestwine • Online, enables you to discover new liqueurs or more traditional liqueurs. Bestwine • Online constantly refreshes its reference list of the best liqueurs so that you can find original ideas. In this way, you can take inspiration from suggestions on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants.
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Liqueurs offer an immense range of flavours. There are thousands of liqueurs in the world. Liqueurs can please a lot of people according to their tastes and their inclinations. Sipping a delicious liqueur at the end of a meal is always a pleasure and discovering original liqueurs a delight.
With Bestwine • Online, I would like to allow internet users to discover new liqueurs. Bestwine • Online does not claim to be an expert or a liqueur guide. Our aim is simply to share liqueurs that are considered by chefs and sommeliers of starred gastronomic restaurants as being the best.
Each person has different tastes, consequently no liqueur can be considered as better than the others. Above all, there are so many different liqueurs with different characteristics that it is almost impossible to compare some references. Each liqueur is authentic and unique by its method of conception, its recipe or even by the agricultural products which it is made from. Therefore, when choosing a liqueur, it is important to be aware that we are tasting a “terroir” and also a history. Producing liqueurs is the work of passionate people. For this reason, chefs and sommeliers in starred gastronomic restaurants select their liqueurs in accordance with the history of the alcohol.
This is why Bestwine • Online has chosen to value chefs and sommeliers’ talent. Nobody can select the best liqueur, whether they are a guide, a wine shop, a producer, or a sommelier. It is impossible to distinguish a unique liqueur reference as the best. However, starred gastronomic restaurants are reputed for serving the best in wines and spirits, obviously, starred gastronomic restaurants serve excellent liqueurs. With Bestwine • Online, you may find your favourite liqueur and go in search of new sensations thanks to the reliable and impartial suggestions of all the starred gastronomic restaurants.
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Bestwine • Online references the liqueurs from the wine list and wine cellar of the most well-known gastronomic restaurants in the world. References recommended by the chefs and sommeliers acclaimed by the critics. Only the references of liqueurs sold online are proposed, to enable you to buy them easily.
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- Best Liqueurs
- Chartreuse Verte
- Chartreuse Cuvée Spéciale Meilleur Ouvrier de France “Sommelier”
- Chartreuse Jaune
- Chartreuse 9ème Centenaire
- Di Saronno Amaretto
- Adriatico Amaretto
- Luxardo Amaretto
- Triple sec Cointreau
- Triple sec Combier
- Triple sec Giffard
- Mamma Mia Limoncello
- Villa Massa Limoncello
- Monin Manzana
- Marie Brizard Manzanita
- Védrenne Manzana Verde
- Best liqueur’s brands
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- The top of the range Liqueur’s selection