Fadlagret i 7 år.
This rarely seen eau-de-vie is a wonderful way to end a Southwest France-inspired meal.
Brisk, with very distinct fruit flavors and a clean, invigorating finish, it would also be stupendous when served with a none-too-sweet plum tart.
Ripe fruit is fermented, distilled, and quickly bottled to preserve the freshness and aroma of the parent fruit.
Eaux de vie are typically not aged in wooden casks, hence they are clear.
Although this is the usual practice, some distillers age their products before bottling.