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Gilbert Miclo Framboise Eaux de Vie 43% 70cl

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Name:Gilbert Miclo Framboise Eaux de Vie
Alc Vol:43%
Listed In:Berry Eaux de Vie | Fruit Spirits | Brandy

Gilbert Miclo Framboise Eaux de Vie

An abundance of fruit trees and access to good water inspired the Miclo family to set up a distillery in Alscace in the late 60's, early 70's producing fruit Eaux Die Ve. Framboise is distilled Raspberry Eau Die Vie, and it is yummy on it's own or in a cocktail. We think its probably a really useful cooking ingredient but we're yet to test that out.
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