Combier began in the late 1800s, and is argues that they, not Cointreau, were the original triple sec. Jean-Baptiste Combier’s fruit liqueurs are the culmination of a maceration process that lasts for up to four months, capturing the peak of fragrance for these infusions. Following maceration and a slight press, and sugar to reduce alcohol content, the final product is as natural as the original fruits themselves.
Crème de Pamplemousse Rose is a blend of red grapefruit and neutral alcohol, the result of which is a light, refreshing flavor emblematic of the ripest of grapefruits. No added artificial flavors, stabilizers or color.
Aroma: Pink grapefruit zest, hint of lime, marmalade
Taste: Rich, ripe pink grapefruit, hint of bitter, rich mouthfeel.
Finish: Light bitter citrus lingers.