Liqueur de Pamplemousse Rose
The grapefruit or pomelo rose originates in the Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean. It grows in bunches, which is where its name in English comes from (grape means cluster).
Jules Theuriet Pink Grapefruit Liqueur perfectly expresses the grapefruit’s acidulous side. It is refreshing in the mouth and it brings out the pink grapefruit’s flavors — softness and bitterness. It should be drunk chilled, straight, on the rocks, or as an ingredient in a cocktail – for exemple with rosé wine, 4/5 of rosé with 1/5 of Pink Grapefruit Liqueur. 18% ABV.
About the Producer
Jules Theuriet (1848 - 1912), a wine trader, had his premises in Dijon, the firm’s current site. His daughter, Juliette Theuriet, married Antoine “Edmond” Briottet, who managed the Theuriet business from 1912. Apart from his wine trading business, he started producing Crème de Cassis (blackcurrant liqueur). Today the 6th generation, Vincent and Claire Briottet, continue the family tradition of making high-quality, artisanal crèmes and liqueurs.