Cognac & Caramel Liqueur
Caramel Liqueur (90%) with Cognac (10%).
Degree : 25%
Country of Origin : France
Caramel appeared in the 7th century among the Arabs who had conquered Persia. The Arabs, discovering the harvests of sugar cane, became acquainted with the techniques of obtaining melted caramel. The Egyptians then expanded the use of caramel, before it developed on a global scale.
The history of cognac is intimately linked to that of distillation.
Introduced in the 15th century by the Dutch, this technique allowed Charente wine (dry, acidic white wine) to preserve its quality during transport. In the 18th century, double distillation appeared: the Charentais modified their stills and improved their eaux-de-vie thanks to aging in oak barrels. This is how cognac was born.
- Lactose free
- Gluten free
- Preservative free
- Store in a dry and cool place, if possible away from light.
- Close the bottle tightly after use
Neat on the rocks and in cocktails. As a topping on vanilla ice cream.
More cocktail recipes
with Cognac & Caramel Liqueur