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Edmond Briottet Liqueur de Coquelicot (Poppy Liqueur)

(70cl, 18%)

Edmond Briottet Liqueur de Coquelicot (Poppy Liqueur)

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Liqueur de Coquelicot Bottling Note

A cracking poppy liqueur (bet you've never tried this before!). Poppy drops are a French confectionery favourite. The confectionery Desserey is credited for making them a speciality of Nemours in 1872. Coquelicot is another corking liqueur from Edmond Briottet.

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Edmond Briottet Liqueur de Coquelicot (Poppy Liqueur) Reviews

Subtle, unique and compelling

Purchased this out of sheer curiosity - what does a poppy liqueur taste like??? Strawberries is the apparent answer, to my palate. But very delicately. Wild, just ripe, green turning red strawberries maybe? The strawberry-ness is subtle and there is a note of poppy seed. Like all Briottet liqueurs it's very natural tasting, sweet but not overly. So interesting. There's nothing artificial about the flavour. Hard to find cocktail uses for it, tends to be used more in French desserts, but it's subtle, unique and quite compelling.

6th February 2020

Delicious

Can’t recommend this highly enough....used sparingly in a glass of fizz makes any old plain Prosecco into an amazing cocktail.

18th January 2020

Delicious

Not at all what I expected. This is reminiscent of some childhood confection I can't place, but whatever it's like, it's really good. Great acid-sugar balance, not sickly at all. Makes a great cocktail with sparkling wine - unusual and sherbetty.

2nd November 2016

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