Duhomard apéritif is a western french apéritif.
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It is an alcholic refreshing drink usually take before a meal to stimulate the apetite. You can drink it with something small to eat such as cheese, olives ...
A selection of grape must, various natural ingredients and spices. The famous concoction is obtained after a long and complex steeping in alcohol and wine.
It can charm the connoisseur’s palate by its intriguing contrast- powerful and mild, warm and refreshing, bitter and sweet.
The intense bouquet gives off subtle hint of aromatic plants such as gentian and quinquina, carried along by the rich orange aroma and citrus tone all balanced by a delicate bitterness en fin de bouche.Duhomard reveals its entire flavour when served cold or with ice. It can be enjoyed neat with a slice of orange, lemon or lime.
This is the original product. This refreshing tonic drink is made up of quinquina bark, gentian roots and soft and bitter orange peel. The secret of the recipe (from Thouars) has been scrupulously guarded. This drink provides a touch of citrus and a bitter taste en fin de bouche.
Also from a soaking of quinquina and citrus fruit, it is characterized by fruity aromas and a sweeter taste than the Duhomard rouge.
The third in the range. Behind the tangy taste, we find a delightful cherry aroma.