Miclo - Kirsch d'Alsace (Cherry) - Eau de Vie 70cl Bottle

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Miclo - Kirsch d'Alsace (Cherry)
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70cl Bottle
£32.26
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Description:
A fine eau de vie with cherries from the world famous producers, Miclo of Alsace, with production starting either by fermentation or maceration, followed by distillation and a reduction of alcoholic strength.

Ideally served at 6-7 degrees C.



Category(s):     Eau De Vie
Group(s):     Cherry Flavoured
Producer: Gilbert Miclo   -   www.distillerie-miclo.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Gilbert Miclo
Country of Origin:   France

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Producer Information

A small artisanal distillery in the Vosges, where the Miclo family produce the finest eaux-de-vie from 22 different varieties of fruits. The brandies are all double distilled and then aged in inox tanks for a minimum of theee years.
Large quantities of fruit are needed to obtain the purity required; with Poire William it takes 28kg of fruit to produce one litre of brandy. The Grande Reserves are made from a finer fruit selection, left to age longer and bottled at a higher alcoholic degree.

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