LEJAY LAGOUTE - Apricot Brandy - French Liqueur



LEJAY LAGOUTE - Apricot Brandy
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An apricot brandy liqueur made in the old traditional method by the master distiller Lejay-Lagoute.

Its very delicate, subtle taste is derived from the selection and quality of the fruit.

It can be drunk on ice and is very suitable for short and long drinks and an ideal ingredient in cocktails.

Its fragrance enhances your culinary delights such as ice cream, sorbets and desserts.

Category(s):     Liqueur
Group(s):     Brandy Liqueurs ,   Fruit Liqueurs
Producer: Lejay Lagoute   -   www.cassis.com
ABV:   25%
Brand:   Lejay Lagoute
Country of Origin:   France
Liqueur Type:   Fruit


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1 Cocktails using this product

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1 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Mon, 23 Jul 2007
Review: I purchased this the other week, and I have to say, it's rather nice, I'm just shocked at the lack of cocktails that can use this brand of alcohol, I'm currently coming up with some rather nice cocktails, but I keep forgetting to write them down!

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Producer Information

Dijon, 1836, in the fields round the city of the Dukes of Burgundy, a local man, Auguste Denis Lagoute founded a liqueur factory and an absinthe warehouse on the site where Lejay-Lagoute now stands. In 1858, the daughter of Denis Lagoute, Elisabeth, married Henri Lejay. This marriage was to associate the families with the firm's destiny and join the two names on the company's sign ; the Lejay-Lagoute trade-mark was born.
In 1926, Gabriel Damidot, the grand-father of today's managing director, took over the firm and brought in the technological reforms and modern style of management that were to enable Lejay-Lagoute to consolidate its expansion and maintain its international competitiveness right up to the present day. Now totally absorbed by the extension of the Burgundian capital, the firm's 18.000 m2 are fully integrated into the life of the city or, even better, are part of its cultural heritage.
A rare example of an industrial site set up in the very heart of the city, where alone the fruit can occasionally be smelt in the neighbouring residential areas.

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