The strawberry first grew in the wild in America, Asia and the mountainous areas of Western Europe during the Neolithic period. The French word for strawberry, 'fraise', comes from the Latin "Fragaria" (fragrance). It is used by the Romans for aesthetic purposes, for its pleasant smell and for its therapeutic qualities. The wild strawberry is a variety of strawberry, smaller than the common strawberry and with a more powerful fragrance. Giffard Crème de fraise des bois et fraise brings the liveliness and acidity of the fruit to your cocktails.
Liqueur (crème de fruits) made from strawberries and wild strawberries infusion.
Degree : 16%
Country of Origin : France
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