Established in 1874, Gabriel Boudier make proper Burgundian liqueur, acclaimed by bartenders around the world. Made from freshy cut white peaches and macerated in sugar and alcohol, Gabriel Boudier Crème de Pêches is a vibrant, fruity aperitif. Golden amber in colour with cloudy sediment in the bottle. The nose is everything you’d expect, freshly cooked with a faint whiff of almond and pepper notes. The palate is sweet and syrupy revealing ripe peach flavours layered alongside almond and cashew nut notes. Long and luscious on the finish. Summer stone fruits in a glass – Gabriel Boudier Crème de Pêches is simply delicious.
Add a tipple to a glass of fizz or a dessert (in particular ice-cream or sorbet) to enhance the flavours.
“In 1909, Gabriel Boudier took over the house of Fontbonne, founded in 1874 and renamed it with his own name. He established the business at Boulevard de Strasbourg in Dijon where it continued to develop until his death in 1918. In 1936, his widow sold the house to Marcel Battault, who decided not to change the trading name because of its high quality reputation; and he, in turn, handed the business to his nephew Pierre Battault. Thus two families in succession have built the reputation for quality at the House of Gabriel Boudier while insisting on the motto “Quality without compromise”. In 1969, the company moved to Rue de Cluj in Dijon to allow for expansion and development and it remains family owned and the only significant independent producer in this sector.” – Boudier.com