French Drinks

French Drinks

The French, the gastronomes of Europe, famous for their rich and colourful cuisine with a vast array of drinks to compliment every meal and occasion from aperitifs to digestifs.

Their monasteries which produced the medicinal elixirs such as Chartreuse. The abundance of rich agriculture, herbs, flowers, fruit and of course grapes, gave rise to not only wine and Champagne, but Cognac, Pineau des Charentes and other world-renowned drinks of absinthe first originating from Switzerland and banned in 1915 before the introduction of Paul Ricard's pastis in 1932.

There are the ubiquitous French liqueurs of Chambord, dating form the reign of Louis XIV in 1685, and not forgetting Grand Marnier, Benedictine, triple sec, and the famous spirits from France including Calvados and eaux de vie.

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