Spicy, sweetish, harmonious taste of the syrup is replete with floral tones, intertwined with notes of honey and herbs. The bright aroma of the syrup reveals notes of elderflower and meadow herbs, adorned with sweet honey nuances.
Marie Brizard Fleur de Sureau Syrup (Elderflower)
Grower: Marie Brizard
Style: Sweet and Pure
Appellation: Bordeaux Cedex
Alcohol: 0.0% ABV
Bottle Size: 70cl
6 in stock
Marie Brizard was born on June 28, 1714 in Bordeaux, France. She is the third of 15 children of Pierre Brizard, barrel carpenter and his wife, Jeanne Laborde. On January 11, 1755, Marie found a West Indian sailor named Thomas, lying unconscious with high fever in the town square. Marie kindly took him home to take care of him and saved his life. In return, Thomas gave her the only treasure he possessed: the secret recipe of an extraordinary aniseed liqueur, which eventually led to create Marie Brizard Anisette. In reality, anise-flavored drinks had already made their appearance earlier in the century. Marie Brizard’s father, Pierre, owned a small distillery and produced anisette prior to his death in 1743. The distillery would eventually be transferred to Marie Brizard’s name in 1755, coincidentally when Pierre’s creditors won a judgment demanding that Pierre’s debts be paid. In that year, Marie Brizard joined with Jean-Baptiste Roger, married to one of her nieces, who brought in a supply of capital, while Marie Brizard supplied the family-owned distillery equipment.