Abricotine is a proprietary brand of French apricot brandy liqueur produced by the House of Garnier, Paris, France. It is recognized by connoisseurs as among the finest in its category. Clear, pale golden in color, Abricotine is a digestif, intended as an after dinner drink.
After working for Parisian manufacturers, Paul Garnier (1832-1886) began crafting his own liquors using fruits and plants. Garnier went on to found his own liquor company in 1859.
Garnier’s company was completely destroyed during the war of 1870. Paul Garnier rebuilt his company close to Paris, and a source of exceptional fruit producers, especially of cherries and apricots.
Along with Abricotine, The House of Garnier also produced varying types of blackberry, anisette, banana, cherry, cocoa, creme de cassias, mint, peach and orange liqueurs.
Garnier was famous for its multi-pour packaging. These multi-compartment glass vessels contained a variety of different liqueurs, such as Abricotine, Triple Sec, a prunelle liqueur and an herbal liqueur.
Garnier’s Abricotine along with their multi-pour sets, can still be found for sale today on various secondary market sites.
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