The vocation of Liquoristerie de Provence is to bring ancestral recipes up to date to give birth to an authentic pleasure full of meaning and history, perfectly in line with today's expectations, while respecting the land and the vegetal.
Our fundamental traditional artisanal development processes have earned Liquoristerie de Provence the label of excellence for French know-how "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant" in 2007. Born from Pascal Rolland's idea of reviving a whole range of anise, absinthes and Provencal liqueurs from the past with so particular scents and flavors, Liquoristerie de Provence was taken over by Renaud and Adeline de Barry in 2017.
Both dynamic business leaders, one from the world of wine cellars and the other having taken over the prestigious family winery, the Château de Saint Martin Cru Classé des Côtes de Provence, which has excelled in quality for many years. centuries, will be keen to defend Provencal nectars. They were seduced by the idea of bringing ancestral recipes up to date or the more modern one of revisiting elixirs from elsewhere with a very Provençal flair. All this to give birth to authentic pleasure full of meaning and perfectly in line with today's expectations with respect for the earth and plants.
Affiné dans les barriques chêne français des vins du château de Saint-Martin pendant 6 mois, ce whiskies de Malt a 76° exprime à la dégustation une vrai profondeur, un fruité (mûres et cerises) essentiellement apportés par la finition des crus classés. Finale élégante d'épices douces.
Digestive and sweet liquor Digestive very popular with women and men The only thyme liqueur 100% made with the maceration of the thyme plant and only using the flowering tops of it, it gives the product incomparable dazzling and aromatic richness. 50cl - 40%Vol.
Deliciously Provencal! To taste and flavor your cakes Gastronomic lavender picked between 1200 and 1600 m above sea level, it has a discreet nose but its exceptional and subtle flavor makes it the best ally for desserts and the highlight of the best baristas. 50cl 24%Vol.
Traditional anise drink from Provence The Anise of Yesteryear Aqualanca’s recipe is inspired by 18th and 19th century anise liquors. Its incomparable freshness comes from the subtle association of star anise (sweet flavors) with bitter (wormwood ...) and fresh (verbena, dill, peppermint...) plants. 70cl - 45%Vol.
Authentic Pastis from Marseille Fresh and pleasant! Inspired by the blue skies of Provence and the Mediterranean, this pastis is made by maceration of green anise, star anise and licorice sticks. Skillfully combined ingredients that allow the drink to retain the traditional taste of pastis, but with a hint of freshness in addition.