An unusual blend of VallÃ©e de la Durance peaches, peachtree leaves gathered in autumn, cane sugar and LubÃ©ron white wine, RinQuinQuin is the Provenï¿½al aperitif par excellence! If you love flavoured aperitifs and are looking for a taste of Provenï¿½al sunshine, then you'll love RinQuinQuin. RinQuinQuin can also be drunk with foie gras and is a pleasantly fruity partner to your desserts. It goes particularly well with fresh fruit salad. Add tonic (1 part RinQuinQuin to 5 parts tonic) for a long refreshing summer afternoon drink. How do you drink it? \n \nThe RinQuinQuin aperitif is drunk neat, cold, possibly with ice cubes. \n \nTasting Notes: \nColour: The colour of Rinquinquin is yellow with golden highlights. Its appearance is clear and brilliant. \nNose: Its nose is intense on the peach flesh with a lemony, citrus note. Its freshness, from peach leaves, is given by a vegetal note. \nPalate: On the tongue, its peach aromas give it a very powerful sweet, fruity flavour. The taste is intense, pleasant, and rich on the peach and English candy. Rinquinquin is a light, fresh aperitif, with a round taste. \n \nStorage: Ideally away from light in a dry place with a stable temperature, between 10 and 20Â¡C. \n \nAfter opening: it can be kept cold for several months. The product may show some signs of ageing or oxidation, which does not necessarily change the quality of this aperitif. \n \nÂ \n \nFor more Aperitifs, CLICK HERE
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