Societé Ricard (Pastis)
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Paul Ricard fulfilled his dream of creating a liqueur capable of satisfying the tastes of anyone, in 1932, at the young age of 22. In a short time, Ricard became the most popular aniseed liqueur in the world.
Its strong flavors of aniseed, licorice and aromatic herbs impress overwhelmingly on the nose and mouth, but they are really able to please and delight the most diverse palates.
To drink it like a Frenchman, you need to create the so-called "Louche effect", which refers to the typical milky color shade of pastis. How do I get this effect? Well, the Marseillaise people add a simple secret ingredient to their pastis: water!
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Description · Societé Ricard
TASTING OF Ricard :
- Color: light yellow amber
- Aroma: strong aroma of star anise, liquorice and alcohol. As soon as water is added, the smell becomes more pleasant and sweeter.
- Taste: star anise, nice feeling in the mouth.
DISTILLERY: Pernod Ricard
The Ricard is a delicious combination of essential star anise oil from China, liquorice from the Middle East and a secret selection of aromatic plants from Provence.
Strict specifications guarantee the conformity of the recipe, consistency and quality of the product. Bottling and packaging are checked regularly and offer complete traceability.
In 1932, at age 23, Paul Ricard perfected the recipe that would make his success: a new pastis to which he gave his name. "His name will be Ricard, the true pastis of Marseille!" In 1938, the law authorising pastis at 45 ° enables the young Ricard company to position itself first on this...
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Posted on 12/11/17 at 10.41
Posted on 11/09/16 at 05.31
The Paul Ricard Pastis de Marseille Anislikör is imposing
Posted on 05/06/14 at 17.18
- Color: golden color with a characteristic
- Smell: A typicality anise, licorice balanced. a nose with fresh notes and vegetables
- Taste: great intensity dominated by the sweetness...
Posted on 16/01/12 at 04.49
Ricard is awesome
Posted on 17/04/15 at 05.16