Bielle Liqueur Shrubb is an essential part of the West Indian tradition. Produced on the island of Marie-Galante, this rum infused with orange peel is present on all Creole tables at Christmas time.
It should be drunk chilled, without ice, so as not to break its lively yet gentle flavours. It can also be enjoyed in cocktails, with a tonic.
The tasting note of the cellar master
Nose: Citrus fruits explode on the nose. The freshness of the fruits calls for tasting.
Palate: Fresh bitter orange and sugar combine to offer this citrus pleasure.
Finish: A slight bitterness does not spoil the the long finish that prolongs the orange orange pleasure.
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