Deniset Klainguer - Fir tree Liqueur Grande Liqueur de Sapins 40% - 70cl
A refined fir tree bud liqueur.
The creation of Sapin liqueur is an art, it follows a very strict protocol in 2 complex steps:
1. A meticulous distillation of rigorously selected plants.
2. A fir bud and sugar infusion.
Whereas Sapin liqueurs are usually made on the base of a simple alcohol, sugar and fir buds or even branches maceration, the Emile Pernot distillery use their savoir-faire to make a refined liqueur according to the Deniset-Klainguer recipe.
This liqueur received a gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole (CGA) 2015 and 2017 in Paris.
The Sapin liqueur is traditionally drunk chilled without ice, in a little liqueur glass at the end of a meal.
Replace the sugar in your absinthe by a little dose of Sapin liqueur, the result is surprising!
- Product Type:WM: Liqueur
- Description:WM: Liqueur
- Net Quantity:WM: 70cl
- Alcohol Content:WM: 40% vol
- Distillery or Brand : Emile Pernot
- Product Type: Liqueur
- Description: Liqueur
- Country of Origin: France
- Artificial Colours: none
- Color: Green
- Responsible Food Company: Distillerie Les Fils d`Emile Pernot, 44 Rue de Besancon, 25300 Pontarlier, FR
- Net Quantity: 70cl
- Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.
- Alcohol Content: 40% vol
- Product condition: New
Weight: 1.26 kg
Dimensional Weight: 1.15 kg
Emile Pernot, Frankreich
1899 : the young Emile-Ferdinand Pernot, a native of the Fougerolles region, where he had trained as a distiller, joins the Parrot brothers and together they establish "Emile Pernot et Cie" located in Pontarlier. Emile-Ferdinand's son, Emile-Joseph (don't worry, none of their sons were called Emile-Emile even though they loved this first name), a survivor of the World War I trenches, later registers the famous name "Emile Pernot".
2009 : The distillery moves from the center of Pontarlier to the magnificent old Cousin Jeune building in La Cluse et Mijoux, at the foot of the Château de Joux, the very same building where the young Emile-Joseph Pernot learnt his trade a century earlier. And you know what? It was a pure coincidence - the building had been a post office and a fire station in the intervening years!
Absinthe distillation at Emile Pernot :
The two century-old copper alembics used by Emile Pernot for their absinthe distillations were made by the famous firm of Egrot in the early 1900s. They were especially designed and built for absinthe distillation, and they are the only stills of their kind in operation anywhere in the world. These stills allow the Pernot distillery to produce absinthes of exceptional quality according to methods unchanged for a century.