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Byrrh Grand Quinquina

(75cl, 18%)

Byrrh Grand Quinquina

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Byrrh Grand Quinquina Bottling Note

Grand Quinquina is a wine-based aperitif made by Byrrh, an old producer founded in 19th Century France. As the name suggests, it contains a fair amount of quinine, which adds bitterness to the sweet muscat wine that forms the basis of this drink.

This can also be used in place of Dubonnet to create an excellent version of one of the very best Scotch cocktails: the Arnaud’s Special.

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Byrrh Grand Quinquina Reviews

Quinine calms me these days

It's excellent! I've created a drink I call the Corona Cocktail. 2 parts Byrrh and 1 part Ketel One preach and orange blossom botanical vodka. Served with slice of tangelo. I always have one when I've been out in the contagious world.

24th March 2020

Very good

My favourite just on the rocks or to make a Negroni sometimes an Americano.

2nd April 2018

Wonderful!

Imaging a drink in between Antica Formula and Dubonnet and this is it. Brtillaint in any cocktail as a sweet vermouth, especialy Negronis.

26th July 2014

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