Saint Germain liqueur seems to bottle the taste of the these warm floral notes. Still produced in an artisanal manner, the liqueur is made from flowers that are gathered from the hillsides in the French Alps during a short four- to-six-week period in spring. According to the company’s website, the picked flowers are bicycled to a collection depot (yep, bicycled) where they are immediately macerated to preserve the fresh flavors of the bloom. Extracting the flavors of this flower is not an easy process, and the Saint Germain company keeps theirs a family secret.
Each bottle of Saint Germain ($31.99) is individually numbered, reflecting the year in which the flowers were picked. And while we can appreciate the great lengths taken to make this liqueur, what we really like is how it livens up a cocktail with sweet and aromatic flavors that hint of pear and lychee. Check out the cocktails you can make below.
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