The debut of the new rosé wine is the first time in 50 years that Lillet has launched a new product, and it was well worth the wait. The rosé is a blend of the red and white wine varietals used in Lillet's Rouge and Blanc, along with citrus and red berry liqueurs -- it's the perfect drink to unwind with after a long summer day.
So what better cocktail to toast Spring than this Lillet Rose Cocktail? Lillet Rosé, the drink of your summer.
Rosé Tonic: a long drink
5cl of Lillet rosé
10cl of tonic water
1 slice of lime
5 ice cubes
Serve it simply in a chilled stem glass... zest with a slice of orange
or lime. Perfect for an apéritif!
Decorate with a slice of lime!.
The Lillet Rosé develops its full aroma when served in a wine glass with a bit of ice and a simple slice of orange. For a lighter and more sparkly tasting, add to this alcoholic delicacy a splash of Tonic and a slice of lime. Finally, if you’re a fan of cocktails, the Lillet Rosé is your new ally!
Golden color, shimmery, floral nose, honey, candied orange, pine resin, lime, fresh mint, distinct taste, generous, intense, aromatic long.
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Ruby color, raspberry nose, blackberry, cherry, vanilla, cinnamon, cardamon, ginger, powerful palate, aromatic, solid.
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Wines combined with natural liqueurs, handcrafted in Podensac from sweet and bitter oranges and berries. It is this meticulously balanced blend that gives Lillet Rosé its delicate aromas.
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Lillet, the elegant wine-based aperitif made in southwest France for the last 140 years, is an aperitif drink made from rigorously selected wines.
Lillet is best known in its original pale version: white wine flavored with citrus and a touch of quinine. Lillet Blanc was joined by red Lillet Rouge in 1962. This spring the drink has blossomed in pink. Lillet Rosé is essentially the blanc with some added red fruit liqueurs and a little of the Rouge for color.
Always serve well Chilled!In 1950s Paris, it was the Duchess of Windsor who made Lillet a must at the Ritz and George V hotels. However, the drink’s true destiny lay in the US, to where 80% of production was exported. Within a decade, Lillet was a part of recipes served by the Tour d’Argent, Castel and on board the ocean liner the SS France. In the 1990s the brand was taken over by wine merchants in Bordeaux and again became successful in France.
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