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Submitted by Amanda Garnham 25 July 2011

Blanche d'Armagnac is the youngest AOC eau-de-vie in France.  It is a clear, uncoloured Armagnac as opposed to the traditional dark armagnacs that we are traditionally used to as it is not aged in oak.

A highly aromatic spirit that is perfect for original and easy to make cocktails.  This is one example.

 
 
 
 

Ingredients

50ml Blanche d'Armagnac (Folle Blanche white Armagnac)

1 kivii

1 barspoon runny honey

2 mint sprigs including stems

Method

Muddle/build over crushed ice and serve in a tall glass with a straw and the mint stems and a slice of kiwi floating on top.

 
 

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