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Lillet Blanc

(75cl, 17%)

Lillet Blanc

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Lillet Blanc Bottling Note

Lillet Blanc is one of the classic wine-based aperitifs, and is great sipped as is, or mixed in cocktails. This is produced in Bordeaux and is made with white wines from the region, as well as fruit, brandy, herbs and spices. The blend is then aged in oak for about 6 to 12 months.

Lillet Blanc has a delicately sweet taste with hints of citrus and floral aromas. It is best served chilled and over ice.

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Lillet Rose
(75cl, 17%)

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Herbal, fruity nose. Hints of parsley, red berries and cracked black pepper.

Palate: Hints of port, white grapes and lemon on the palate. Cedar, zest, notes of pepper and a development of sage.

Finish: Long finish with creaking oak notes.

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Lillet Blanc Reviews

Fantastic on its own in a long drink over ice or Cocktail.

Fantastic taste , Use to be kina lillet but theve just changed the recipe a bit to suit todays market . Used in the James Bonds favorite cocktail The "Vespa" and its not a Vermouth ..

29th February 2020

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