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Herbal and Fruit Liqueur

Ricard - Pastis de Marseille

5

1 l
  • The Anise Jewel of Provence


    Pastis de Marseille, a distinctive anise-flavored spirit, captures the essence of French Mediterranean tradition.


    Crafted in the heart of Provence, this liqueur embodies the region's culinary and cultural heritage. Using Paul Ricard's original recipe, a well-kept secret since 1932, it combines anise with a selection of aromatic herbs, creating a flavor that's both intense and captivating.


    Ricard's Pastis de Marseille offers a delightful journey through its robust flavor profile. Dominated by aniseed, fennel, and ginger, it creates a sweet, yet slightly astringent mouthfeel. As you sip, you'll notice the unfolding layers of Turkish delight, ginger, and toffee, leading to a finish of earthy caraway seed and caramel. This flavor complexity is supported by its visual allure – a dark brown, almost autumn leaf hue with moderate viscosity and crisp clarity.


    Pastis de Marseille has received high praise for its quality, with a rating of 90-95 from Wine Enthusiast.


    The making of Pastis de Marseille is steeped in tradition. The distillation process and the careful selection of herbs and botanicals speak to the meticulous craftsmanship that has been honed over decades. It's a product that not only offers a unique taste experience but also represents the rich cultural tapestry of Marseille.


    Traditionally served diluted with ice water, it can also be enjoyed in cocktails like the Perroquet, combined with vodka, cognac, lemon juice, mezcal, chartreuse, or white rum.


    Its bold anise and herbal flavors make it a perfect pairing for Mediterranean tapas and seafood appetizers.

  • Producer

    Ricard

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80.00 AED

Ricard - Pastis de Marseille
Ricard - Pastis de Marseille

Ricard - Pastis de Marseille

5
1 l

80.00 AED

The Anise Jewel of Provence


Pastis de Marseille, a distinctive anise-flavored spirit, captures the essence of French Mediterranean tradition.


Crafted in the heart of Provence, this liqueur embodies the region's culinary and cultural heritage. Using Paul Ricard's original recipe, a well-kept secret since 1932, it combines anise with a selection of aromatic herbs, creating a flavor that's both intense and captivating.


Ricard's Pastis de Marseille offers a delightful journey through its robust flavor profile. Dominated by aniseed, fennel, and ginger, it creates a sweet, yet slightly astringent mouthfeel. As you sip, you'll notice the unfolding layers of Turkish delight, ginger, and toffee, leading to a finish of earthy caraway seed and caramel. This flavor complexity is supported by its visual allure – a dark brown, almost autumn leaf hue with moderate viscosity and crisp clarity.


Pastis de Marseille has received high praise for its quality, with a rating of 90-95 from Wine Enthusiast.


The making of Pastis de Marseille is steeped in tradition. The distillation process and the careful selection of herbs and botanicals speak to the meticulous craftsmanship that has been honed over decades. It's a product that not only offers a unique taste experience but also represents the rich cultural tapestry of Marseille.


Traditionally served diluted with ice water, it can also be enjoyed in cocktails like the Perroquet, combined with vodka, cognac, lemon juice, mezcal, chartreuse, or white rum.


Its bold anise and herbal flavors make it a perfect pairing for Mediterranean tapas and seafood appetizers.

  • Nose

    A rich bouquet of aniseed, fennel, and ginger, offering an unctuous and sweet aroma.

  • Finish

    A medium-long finish with notes of earth, caraway seed, and caramel.

  • Palate

    An opening of anise, fennel, bay leaf, evolving into a heart of Turkish delight, ginger, and toffee.

  • Country

    France

  • Producer

    Ricard

  • ABV

    45%

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