In 1965 Gilbert Miclo founded the Miclo Distillery in Alsace to produce their own fruit brandies, and to concentrate on only products of the very finest quality. In 1977, a new distillery was built housing four stills and 36 new Inox stainless-steel tanks for macerating the fruit and ageing the brandies. In 1982 Gilbert Miclo expanded into Moorea (French Polynesia) to produce exotic fruit brandies and liqueurs and three years later they purchased another distillery in Alsace, expanding its product offering even further. Today the distillery uses more than 2,000 tonnes of fresh fruit each year, and is still a frequent prize winner, proud of its listings in top bars, hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants.
Eau De Vie
Kirsch liqueur de Cuisine Luxardo 25% 50cl
Luxardo Kirsch de Cuisine, with its delicious natural flavours. This has been specially created for culinary use and is based on the distillate of sour cherries. A delightful addition to any fondue!
Gabriel Boudier Liqueur de Poire William 30% 50cl
The only liqueur maker in France to be awarded the ISO 9002, Boudiers commitment to quality is total. They commence all their maceration and compounding operations with fresh fruits, herbs or spices and are one of the few houses to do this. The use of ...
Padstow Sunshine Cider 7% 568ml
Padstow Sunshine Cider was made in collaboration with John Coulson of Polgoon Vineyard. Made using English apple juice fermented using Champagne yeast for a refreshing cider with a long finish.