Henri Bardoun Pastis

Aperitif: Henri Bardoun Pastis
 

How do you drink it?

Henri Bardouin Pastis is drunk as an aperitif, completed with water. Generally, six volumes of cold water are added for one volume of pastis. A pastis for tasting requires a greater dilution than industrial pastis, in order to appreciate its fine aromatic flavors. But, everyone is free to drink it more or less light, as desired as depending on the outside temperature.

Organoleptic Profile

Appearance: the color of Henri Bardouin pastis is yellowish brown, shimmering with green highlights due only to the presence of plants, including wormwood. There are no colorants. The product is clear and brilliant.

Nose: The first anise note then moves aside for plant aromas, then the more exotic spices, such as cardamom, melegueta pepper, Tonka bean, etc....

Palate: A sharp attack of plants then a more structured evolution due to the presence of the wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris) and more complex due to the presence of spices, to finish by a good aromatic persistence.
Its complexity and finesse make Henri Bardouin pastis a true pastis for tasting. The balance between the 65 plants and spices that make up Henri Bardouin pastis is perfect. Its intensity is powerful and its aromatic profile is elegant. Henri Bardouin pastis leaves the person who tastes it on a complex, spicy aromatic final note.

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Weight:
0.4kg
Price:
NZD $59.99
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Pastis Henri Bardouin takes its inspiration from recipes from Haute Provence that include many medicinal herbs, in addition to the exotic spices and herbs that can be found on the docks of the port in Marseille.

“Pastis” means “mixture” in the Provençal language, but Henri Bardouin’s Pastis is nothing short of a melting pot. It is true that our land and herbs in Provence give our pastis its special qualities, but many herbs and spices chosen throughout the world give it is unique features.

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