St-Germain is a unique and remarkable French liqueur created using fresh, wild elderflowers, hand-picked at their peak of flavor and aroma. Persuading the fragile elderflower to give up its prized essence requires the ingenuity and inventiveness learned from over 100 years of experience crafting the finest liqueurs. To this, we add our technique of careful, rapid, and continuous maceration of the elderflowers to make the freshest and most enjoyable flavor possible. The result is the only exquisitely fresh and natural flavor of elderflowers available in a finely crafted, perfectly balanced, and refined liqueur.
Throughout Europe the elderflower has been valued for thousands of years, blossoming for a few fleeting weeks each Spring. Extracts and oils derived from this plant have been enjoyed medicinally and mystically for centuries. But it took until the end of the 20th century for Rob Cooper to unlock the elderflower’s greatest secrets.
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