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Buy cheap alcohols and Aperitifs in calais. Wine-based aperitifs (ABV) are, as their name indicates, products whose main base is wine and are subdivided into 4 categories, the VDN (natural sweet wines) such as Banyuls, Muscats, Rivesaltes, VDL (Liqueur wines) such as Ratafia, Pineau des Charentes, Floc de Gascognes, Marsala, Vermouth such as Cin...

Buy cheap alcohols and Aperitifs in calais. Wine-based aperitifs (ABV) are, as their name indicates, products whose main base is wine and are subdivided into 4 categories, the VDN (natural sweet wines) such as Banyuls, Muscats, Rivesaltes, VDL (Liqueur wines) such as Ratafia, Pineau des Charentes, Floc de Gascognes, Marsala, Vermouth such as Cinzano, Martini, Noilly Prat .., and Quinquinas such as Lillet, Dubonnet, Byrrh, St Raphael .

Alcohol-based aperitifs (ABA) are subdivided into 3 categories, Bitters, such as Campari, Aperol, Angostura, Fernet Branca, Amers, Picon, Gentians such as Suze, Gentian Salers, the Gentian of the Chartreux monks, and the Anisees that are Pastis (Ricard, Henri Bardouin), Anisettes (Marie Brizard) and Absinthes are the subject of a special section on our site.



  • Alcohol Based Drink...

    Alcohol Based Drink Aperitifs are spirits made of neutral alcohol or not, these alcohols are then flavored by different processes with vegetable substances. Aperitifs based on alcohol are divided into 3 categories. Bitters and Bitters, gentians and aniseed.

  • Wine Based Drink Aperitif

    Buy in calais cheap Wine Based Drink Aperitif. Wine-based aperitifs are divided into several categories: Vermouths are wine-based aperitifs made from white or red wine, alcohol, and a blend of aromatic plants, the best known of which are Martini, Cinzano, Noilly Prat de Marseillan ... Then come the Quinquinas which are the result of wines flavored with cinchona bark (quinine was fighting against malaria at the time of Colonial France), Dubonnet, Byrrh, Saint Raphael, Lillet. Natural Sweet Wines (VDN Vins Doux Naturels) such as Muscat de Rivesaltes, Muscat de Frontignan, Rasteau VDN and Muscat de Beaume de Venise. Liqueur wines (VDL Vins de Liqueurs) such as Port, Cartagena, Pineau des Charentes and Ratafia.

  • Old Time Aperitifs

    Buy genuine alcohols in calais and Old Time Aperitifs. All the liqueurs and aperitifs grouped in this section bloom the France of our Great Parents and Great Parents. This France from 1900 to 1930, whose house gables proudly displayed the brands Clacquessin, Dubonnet or Byrrh. You will find among others the Birlou, the Core of Poissy, the Core of Vernon, the Verveine of Velay, Rinquinquin, Izarra, Noilly Pratt, Salers, Lillet, Guignolet in many other brands and appellations historical aperitifs like Pineau des Charentes, Floc de Gascogne, Ratafia.

  • Bitter Aperitifs

    Bitter Aperitifs A Bitter is obtained by maceration and maceration of bitter plants in alcohol.Le Bitter is served as an aperitif and enters the composition of cocktails. The Bitters originally was an elixir medicinal healing virtues through plants or botanicals that make up the stomach pains or indigestion.The most known bitters in France is the Picon, and abroad bitters most Known as Campari, Fernet Branca, Angostura and Jägermeister from Germany.

  • Byrrh French Aperitif

    The place to buy in Calais Byrrh French Aperitif and alcohols. The Byrrh in France is classified in aperitifs based on wines. The Byrrh is invariably associated with the city of Thuir en Roussillon. The history of this brand from the beginning of the 20 th century, accustomed to breaking record records, started at the end of the 19 th century with the great vogue of toning wines made from cinchona. In 1910 Byrrh employed 750 people and sold 30 million liters of Byrrh. In 1951, the largest oak tank with a height of 10 meters and a diameter of 12 meters was put into operation. Nowadays the brand belongs to the Pernod Ricard group and the Byrrh lives a revival that goes through the world of mixology and cocktails. It may not be very fashionable to order a Byrrh, but you must have tasted this French monument.

  • Cinzano Italian Vermouth

    Buy in Calais cheap alcohol and Cinzano Italian Vermouth. The Cinzano is a Verrmouth created in the vicinity of Turin by Mrs Cinzano and Giacomo in 1757. These wine-based aperitifs were at the time toning drinks and medicines. The first Cinzano, the Cinzano Rosso started from a base of red wine in which was added by infusiuon or distillation 35 plants and medicinal flowers all picked in the Alps including thyme and marjoram. Quickly Cinzano Bianco was created on a basis of white wine with as main plants wormwood that gave absinthe, cinnamon, gentian and citrus peel. The extra dry followed. According to the Italian diaspora that was exporting to the American continent, Cinzano was the first Italian Vermouth brand to be exported. The first production unit of Cinzano in France dates from 1900 and the Cinzano brand in France was acquired by Pernod in 1938.

  • Dubonnet French...

    Dubonnet French Vermouth Aperitif. Dubo, Dubon, Dubonnet !! it is this revolutionary advertisement in the Paris metro that has forever marked the renown of this French Vermouth in red and white. Botany mainly used in the Dubonnet is Cinchona. Since its creation in 1846 by Joseph Dubonnet, this wine of Cinchona is adopted by the soldiers of the Foreign Legion posted in North Africa in marshy areas plagued by malaria.

    Collectors snatch the originals of Dubonnet posters designed by the graphic artist Cassandre, the pseudonym Adolphe Jean Marie Mouron.

  • Fernet Branca Italian...

    Fernet Branca Italian Bitter Aperitif. Fernet-Branca is an Italian Bitter invented by Mr Bernardino Branca in 1836. This alcohol-based aperitif is part of the great tradition of alcoholic beverages based on infusion of plants that started their career as a drug drink. Fernet Branca was prescribed for headaches. Fernet Branca is drunk as an aperitif or as a digestive drink, but it is mostly used as a cocktail.

  • Floc de Gascogne...

    Floc de Gascogne Armagnac Based Aperitif. Floc de Gascogne is to be classified in the family of liqueur wines. It is the result of an ancestral recipe that assembles 2/3 of fresh grape juice of the year with 1/3 young Armagnac. Floc de Gascogne has had an AOC label since 1990. There are two colors, Floc de Gascogne Blanc and Floc de Gascogne Rosé (also called red because sometimes it looks redder than rosé ..). Like Armagnac, of which it is a by-product, Floc de Gascogne only occurs in 3 French departments, Le Gers for 80%, then the East of the Landes and the lower Lot et Garonne. Floc de Gascogne must rest at least 10 months after bottling before any marketing. this period is necessary at the wedding of the aroma is textures. UBY but also Tariquet propose Flocs but it is especially Jean Cavé who is the leader on this appellation. Combine a Floc of Gagscogne with an aperitif but also with a foie gras or a chocolate dessert.

  • Root of yellow...

    Root of yellow gentiane plant based Liqueurs and Apéritifs. The Salers distillery is at the origin of the exploitation of the Gentiane (root that grows in the mountains of Auverge and Jura) in the form of liquor and aperitif towards the end of the 19 th century. Since the Greeks, this root is known for its healing properties of intestinal and hepatic disorders, but also for its anti-inflammatory properties in dermatology.

    The great brands that use Gentian in their composition are of course Salers, Suze and Avèze but also Byrrh, St Raphaël, Dubonnet, Picon and more distant, Campari and Apérol base famous Spritz.

  • Lillet Wine Based...

    Buy in calais Lillet Wine Based French Aperitif. Lillet is a wine-based aperitif for 85% and based on fruit liquor (sweet orange and bitter orange) at 15%, a tip of cinchona completes the building. All aged in oak barrels from 6 months to 2 years old. The range consists of Lillet Blanc, Lillet Rouge and Lillet Rosé as well as a Lillet Blanc Réserve and Lillet Rouge Réserve. It was in 1872 that the Lillet brothers started their adventure in Podensac near Bordeaux. Bordeaux being a stronghold of trade with the West Indies, many barrels of wine made the trip by boat to the Caribbean and then the South American continent. Fortifying the Bordeaux wines with fruit liqueur followed the same principle as for the wines of Bordeaux. Port. Make sure the wines are still drinkable after the long boat trip often under extreme temperatures. The other virtue of Lillet was the use of cinchona as allowed to this product to fight against malaria. The big boom of Lillet is located during the crazy years after the second world war. Lillet and Dubonnet were present in the most remote of the bistros of France. The international development takes place after the Second World War and Lillet becomes a fashionable drink in the United States of the 60s. Nowadays it is the Pernod Ricard group that distributes this appetizer that still has its place in many cocktails. The most famous is the James Bond Vesper in Royal Casino (3 doses of Gin Gordon, a dose of rye vodka, 1/2 dose of Lillet).

  • Martini

    Martini is an THE Italian brand of Vermouth known throughout the world. It comes in Rosso (Red), Bianco (White) Rosato (Rosé) and Extra Dry (Dry White) versions. While the Red, White or Rosé Martini are served as an aperitif, Extra Dry is the basis of many cocktails, such as James Bond's Dry Martini (5/6 Gin, 1/6 Martini Extra Dry Green Olive). or citrus zest)
    The brand Martini also offers sparkling wines from Veneto such as Prosecco or Asti Spumante that goes very well with martini, soda water and a slice of orange.

  • Marsala Wine

    Marsala Wine from Italy. The Marsala is an Italian wine of controlled origin (since 1984) produced in the vicinity of the city of Marsala in Sicily. Marsala can be found in dry wine, in mutated wine or more commonly in liqueur wine depending on the wine chosen. Marsala is aged in oak barrels and can be produced in red, white or rosé. You will find in the Marsala wine version liquor similarities with Portos or Sherry.

  • Noilly Prat

    In recent years the Noilly Prat was mostly bought at the end of the year to deglaze Shells St Jacques then was stored in the closet for a year. The new trend of mixology puts the Noilly Prat in cocktails and some re-discover this great aperitif made in Languedoc near Cap d'Agde in Marseillan. The main varietals are Clairette and Picpoul found in the Picpoul de Pinet, a white wine that goes wonderfully well with oysters from the Thau pond near Marseillan. The wines are stored in the sun and undergo an oxidation phenomenon for 6+ to 9 months before entering the secret recipe. They tell themselves that the Dry Martini is only done using a line of Noilly Prat on the Gin.

  • Pineau des Charentes...

    Pineau des Charentes Cognac Based French Aperitif. Pineau des Charentes is a wine-based aperitif classed in Liqueur Wines as it is obtained by blending fresh juice and Cognac. As the major component of Pineau des Charentes is Cognac, the AOC Pineau des Charentes area covers the AOC Cognac area with rare exceptions. Like many recipes, the creation of Pineau des Charentes is the result of a mistake, a chance (ask the sisters Tatin, or the one who made a mistake in Cambrai). Mash of grapes was mistakenly poured into a barrel still containing Cognac. At the opening of this barrel, the result astonished everyone, but the Pineau des Charentes was born. The Pineau des Charentes is available in White or Red / Rosé, after blending between grape must and cognac, a barrel aging period of 12 months is required to obtain the Pineau des Charentes appellation. Pineau des Charentes Vieux (5 years old) and Pineau des Charentes Extra Vieux (10 years old) are also mentioned. Like the sweet wines of the South West, a Pineau des Charentes can marry wonderfully with a foie gras, a blue cheese or a chocolate dessert, but it is the aperitif that is most consumed

  • Pommeau Normandy or...

    Pommeau Normandy or Brittany Calvados Based Aperitif. The pommel can be Normandy or Brittany, the origin of apples and brandy cider (Calvados or Eau de Vie de Bretagne) define the origin. The Pommeau is considered an aperitif even if it is also common with desserts. A Pommeau is the fruit of the blend of fresh apple juice and Calvados (or Lambig de Bretagne). The proportion of the blend is 2/3 apple juice for 1/3 cider brandy. The cider brandy (Calvados or Lambig de Bretagne) must have aged at least 2 years before, and the Pommeau must spend at least 14 months in oak casks before marketing.

  • Quinquina Aperitifs

    Buy cheap alcohols in calais and Quinquina Aperitifs.

  • Ratafia Alcohol Based...

    Ratafia Alcohol Based French Aperitif Champagne or Burgundy. Ratafia is an aperitif based on common wine in Champagne and Burgundy. Ratafia is obtained by blending fresh grape juice of the year with locally produced grape alcohol (A Marc of Burgundy or Marc de Champagne). The Ratafia of Burgundy or Champagne enters the family of Mistelles. Ratafia de Champagne is made with grape juice from Champagne or Coteaux Champenois appellations and then with Marc de Champagne. Ratafia de Bourgogne is made with grape juice from the Burgundy appellation and Marc de Bourgogne.

  • St Raphaël French wine...

    St Raphaël French wine based Aperitif. The Saint-Raphaël is an aperitif whose base of liqueur wine type Ratafia in which macerate aromatic plants, quinquina, bitter orange peel and vanilla for amber. The St Raphael comes in Saint Raphael Rouge and Saint Raphaël Ambré. This slightly bitter appetizer is a perfect appetizer, it is out of fashion now, but you have to imagine the power of this brand during the 20th century, who had the means to advertise with Dalida at the height of his glory. A large sign on the banks of the Seine in Vitry / seine quai Auguste Deshaies testifies to the past splendor of this brand. Try a glass of Saint Raphaël Ambré on a foie gras and you will break the image of aperitif of the past of this drink to rediscover. You can also use Saint Raphael as a base for many cocktails.

  • Suze Yellow Gentiane...

    Suze Yellow Gentiane Roots plant based  Apéritif. La Suze THE mark of aperitif with gentian, these bitter appetizers which have the virtue of opening the appetite. This aperitif was created in Switzerland by Mr Hans Kappeler, the herbalist from the village of Sonvilier, where the Suze River flows. Nowadays the Suze brand belongs to the group, Pernod Ricard which has evolved the range with more modern and affordable flavored versions to more palates.

  • Vermouth Red or White...

    Vermouth Red or White fortified wine flavoured with herbs and spices. Vermouth is the generic name for a wine-based aperitif flavored with flowers or roots, then fortified with a liqueur wine. Generally a Vermouth title between 16 and 18 °. The main areas of production Vermouth are Italy and France. The presence of wines in quantities, mistelles and especially mountains favoring the presence of aromatic plants explains this fact. The big names of Vermouth are Martini, Cinzano, Gancia, in France Byrrh, Noilly Prat, Lillet, more regional the Vermouth of Savoy with Routin and Dolin.

  • Fortified Wines

    Buy in Calais cheap Fortified Wines. Vin de Liqueur or Mistelle is a "wine" obtained by adding a neutral alcohol (usually a wine brandy) to an unfermented grape must. This has the effect of stopping the alcoholic fermentation (process which transforms the sugar of the must into the degree of alcohol). The sugar of the must which is not transformed into alcohol comes to give to Liquor Wines this natural sweetness. Here are some examples of mistelles in France and abroad. The Pineau des Charentes, the Floc de Gascogne, the Macvin du Jura, the Cartagena of Languedoc, the Ratafia of Champagne or Burgundy. Pommeau de Normandie or Bretagne is a mistelle based on apple juice and not grape must but the basic principle remains the same.

    According to the classification logic in France the Portos should be classified in Natural Sweet Wines because the fermentation of the grape must is stopped between 6 ° and 8 ° by addition of alcohol. Excluding they are classified in Liquor Wines. It is the same with Le Maydie castle Aydieodele Portos, the Laplace family Castle Aydie "liqueur wine" obtained according to the same processes as Porto but with Madiran grape must as a base.

  • Natural Sweet Wines

    Buy at cheap price in calais Natural Sweet Wines . The natural sweet wine (VDN) is one in which a neutral alcohol (usually a brandy of wines of the same geographical origin) has been added which has the effect of stopping the alcoholic fermentation in progress. This wine obtained by mutage has kept residual sugar which gives it sweetness and fruity. The wine is said to be "sweet" and "natural" because the sugar gives the sweetness, and the sugar is naturally con, held in the fruit. The most common sweet wines in France are Muscat de Rivesaltes, Muscat de Frontignan, Maurys and Banyuls, which come from Languedoc and Roussillon. The Côtes du Rhône offers Muscats from Beaume de Venise, Rasteau and Corsica offers Muscat Corsica. Unlike Natural Sweet Wines, Wines of Liqueurs or Mistelles are the fruit of a blend of unfermented must and alcohol.

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