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British Cassis

(50cl, 15%)

British Cassis

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British Cassis Bottling Note

What happens when you take a farm that's been growing blackcurrants for over 100 years (much of which has gone into Ribena) and turn their expertise to producing a vibrant blackcurrant liqueur or "alcoholic mixer"? Unsurprisingly, it turns out rather well indeed! You may have seen Jo Hilditch on Countryfile or Dragon's Den (where she turned down four offers), but she had been making cassis from her British blackcurrants for ten years before that. Each bottle contains 95% pressed fruit juice alongside champagne yeast and sugar - nothing else added! Makes an awesome Kir Royale.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Dark and intense blackcurrant, capturing the essence of this fruit with a perfect level of sweetness too (i.e. it's not too sweet).

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British Cassis Reviews

Hands down the best cassis I have ever tasted

It's impossible to convey how intensely 'blackcurranty' this liqueur is. I tried it at a Christmas market and was immediately sold after the first sip. The sweetness/tartness is perfectly balanced, and it's really a completely different creation to a standard cassis. Not only does it make a truly special Kir Royale, but it's delicious to drink neat as an aperitif or a dessert liqueur. If you like blackcurrant, give it a try.

6th August 2018

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