Clément Shrubb "Liqueur Créole" is a delicious orange-based composition based on a centuries-old Martinique recipe. An authentic West Indian flavour, this liqueur is a blend of old rum and white rum with the addition of orange peel, cane syrup and spices.
A tropical delight awarded the gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris (2012), Shrubb "Liqueur Créole" can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or with sparkling water. It is also suitable for cocktails.
Nico's tasting note
The nose opens with orange peel and the sweetness of a citrus syrup. A certain freshness is provided by a squeezed orange juice. It is really a liqueur, the rum is very discreet.
When the glass is shaken, the nose becomes more lively, more spicy. The aeration reinforces the fresh and acid side of the orange, we are really on a still juicy zest.
On the palate, this shrubb is very smooth, you don't get the impression of being at 40°. The orange dominates of course, accompanied by a pinch of sweet spices. We have a slight bitterness from the zest, the liqueur keeps a rather natural side thanks to this.
The impression left on the finish is very round and thick.
"An ice cube would be welcome to enjoy this liqueur..."
very good product difficult to find