RinQuinQuin à la Pêche is made using three different types of peach - Cardinale, Coronet and Junegold. As if this wasn't enough peach for you, they also used the leaves from peach trees, harvests just before autumn. The leaves and peaches are all macerated separately in alcohol and white wine. Afterwards, the liquid is added to the white wine, while the solids left over are distilled and added to the mix.
Perfect for a summer aperitif, RinQuinQuin à la Pêche goes well with tonic water or served long and over ice.
The term RinQuinQuin was originally a generic word. In the Provencal language it means invigorating drink (from the verb requinquilhar : to cheer up).
Pipped as the “world’s first” super-premium herbal liqueur, Manifest is based on the brand’s original recipe of 56 herbs, roots and spices, but contains additional botanicals and and is made using five macerates rather than four.
The spirit is crafted using a ‘two-fold’ maturation process and is double-barrelled matured in both small and large oak casks for more than one year to intensify the flavour.
The liquid offers notes of “rich oak, sweet aniseed and dried fruit”, finishing with “subtle spices and vanilla elements”, and is presented in a clear bottle featuring a hand-applied bronze Jägermeister stag emblem.