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Edmond Briottet Créme de Figue (Fig Liqueur)

(70cl, 16%)

Edmond Briottet Créme de Figue (Fig Liqueur)

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We can't actually ship Edmond Briottet Créme de Figue (Fig Liqueur) to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Créme de Figue Bottling Note

Full of scrumptious figs, Edmond Briottet Créme de Figue is a delicious liqueur. In Malta, they serve Fig liqueur with Nougat (an indescribably good combination), or you can even use it to dress a fig salad. We love it in cocktails too.

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Edmond Briottet Créme de Figue (Fig Liqueur) Reviews

Brilliant fruit, punishing sugar

I have the same comment about this as the other Briottet liqueur I've tried, the creme de kumquat.

On the plus side, the fruit flavour is wonderful and entirely natural, without a hint of flavour-science fiddling.
On the minus, these liqueurs are so intensely sweet that they really can only work as part of a dessert; in a cocktail, you can't taste the fruit flavour anymore by the time they are sufficiently diluted to cut the sweetness.
But I will now contradict myself: I have used small pours of the fig liqueur with spiced rum to make a nice, but definitely sweet, cocktail.

26th September 2020

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