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Giffard Framboise de Ronce (Tayberry)

(70cl, 18%)

Giffard Framboise de Ronce (Tayberry)

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We can't actually ship Giffard Framboise de Ronce (Tayberry) to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Giffard Tayberry Bottling Note

A particularly juicy liqueur from the experts at Giffard, made with tayberries. They're a cross between a raspberry and a wild blackberry - they look a bit like someone stretched a raspberry, which is quite pleasing. Giffard also added some blackberry and raspberry to this liqueur to emphasise their impact on the tayberry flavour profile.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Lots of red berry sweetness, with light touches of forest floor, walnut and white chocolate.

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Giffard Framboise de Ronce (Tayberry) Reviews

Divine

Tried a few raspberry liqueurs in my puff and thought I'd deviate to tayberries for a wee change and am so glad I did! Superb natural flavour as I've come to expect from Giffard (pronounced 'Ji far' - who knew)

14th April 2022

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