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Tarquins Cornish Pastis

Tarquins Cornish Pastis

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England

Country of Origin:  United Kingdon

Region:  Cornwall

About:  The UK's first Pastis, ever!  Gold medal winner at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2014.  Cornish Pastis is a modern take on the French anise classic and the first of its kind to be created in the UK.  Foraged gorse flowers from the Atlantic clifftops and fresh orange zest help to deliver its fresh, invigorating and unique aroma.  Distilled just like our gin and then finished off with a touch of liquiorice root for colour, the drink is silky smooth and absolutely spectacular!

The Citrus Aromas Come From The Fresh Fruit Zests Of Sweet Orange, Lemon And Grapefruit, From Wherever They Are In Season. We Also Add Angelica Root From Poland, Orris Root From Morocco, Green Cardamom Seeds From Guatemala, Juniper Berries From Kosovo And Cinnamon From Madagascar For A Depth Of Flavour And Experience;And Foraged Gorse Flowers From The Nearby Clifftops.

 

The Citrus aromas come from the fresh fruit zests of sweet orange, lemon and grapefruit, from wherever they are in season.  We also add angleica root from Poland, Orris root from Morocco, green cardamon seeds from Guatemala, juniper berries from Kosovo and cinnamon from Madagascar for a depth of flavour and finally foraged gorse flowers from the nearby clifftops.

Tasting Notes:   Candied black liquorice, fresh orange zest and freshly picked garden herbs on the nose. Gentle cracked black pepper spice, fresh fennel and fragrant orange blossom on the palate. Very full bodied with creamy texture. Extremely long finish, but with a dryness to it. Lingering herbal complexity, citrus freshness and gentle sweet spice.

Product Specifications:

Closure:  Stopper

Alcohol %:  42%

Unit size:  700ml

For bulk orders please do not hesitate to contact us - 01428 727744 or 01730 235923

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