Briottet | Liqueur à la Fleur de Sureau – Elderflower


Briottet Liqueur à la Fleur de Sureau, (18% alcohol content)

Launched in 2013, Briottet’s Elderflower Liqueur is made by macerating elderflowers, and then a special secret ingredient is added — a secret flavour supplement which makes this liqueur a fine and complex liqueur.


Liqueur à la Fleur de Sureau is served well-chilled as a digestif, or can be served as a perfect addition to a number of cocktails. Slightly herby flavour you’d get from edible flowers, but elderflower’s sweeter than you’d expect — and a little musky. It’s closer to lychee in flavour, and it has a crisp, palate-cleansing finish. … Only it adds a delicate floral flavour, too.

Liqueur à la Fleur de Sureau , 18%, Elderflower Liqueur

Briottet’s Sureauelderflower taste so good, it’s easy to ignore elderflowers antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. But saying that a great cocktail or martini is around the corner. A GIMLET

What is a gimlet, you ask? It’s like a martini, but with lime juice instead of vermouth. An excellent sipper of choice lately, which was inspired by an elderflower martini. It’s made with cucumber-y Hendrick’s gin, Briottets Elderflower liqueur, fresh lime juice and cucumber.

*GIN NOTES: Hendrick’s is perfect for this cocktail since it has notes of cucumber and rose petal. I don’t recommend using a classic dry gin for this drink, unless you really love it. But I do like it with Dios Baco Oxford 1970.

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 10 × 12 in
Alcohol by Volume

25% alc/vol


12 Bottles, 6 Bottles