Tempus Fugit Liqueur De Violettes 750ml

SKU #1065071

From the exceptional team at Tempus Fugit Spirits, this authenticate Violette recipe stands out from the crowd of other violet liqueurs. Officially distinct from other Violettes available, the Tempus Fugit Violettes is classified as a liqueur rather than a creme. This means less sugar. Light and ethereal, it does not come off as soapy or overly aromatic. Honestly, it rivals the Hermes--the holy grail of violette--which is not currently exported from Japan. A staple at any quality bar.

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By: Mahon McGrath |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 3/30/2011  | Send Email
One could reasonably expect a violet liqueur to taste like… well, violets, no? And yet, of the four varieties I’ve had occasion to sample, none taste exactly like the others. This new bottling, in my estimation, happens to be one of the best. Why do I say that? Pour a jigger of it over some ice cubes and add some soda. Take a sip. This is a liqueur with an arc, the flavor moving from a dry, dry-woodsy start into cool berry fruit and then on into a dusty, tranquil, ethereal twilight. Since it doesn’t have any coloring added, it won’t stain your drink a pretty purple-blue, but that is a small price to pay for the clarity of flavor it offers.

By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 3/6/2011  | Send Email
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This stuff is amazing. I always wondered why some of the other violet liquers tasted nothing like violets. I thought it was me and I wasn't getting something. This is the real deal, I can't wait to run out of my other bottle of "violet" liqor to replace it with a bottle of the Tempus.

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Cordial

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United States

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