Picon apéritif à l'orange années 70 View larger
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Picon apéritif à l'orange années 70


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Vintage (year) nm
Color Amber
Capacity (cl) 100
Degree of alcohol (% vol) 21
Level Base of neck
State label Aged
Capsule state Very slightly oxidized
Designation Other appellations / Picon
Castle / Estate / House Maison Picon

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With a family from Gênes who moves to Marseilles in 1815, Gaëtan Picon created a formula with orange zest, cinchona and gentian, all macerated in alcohol. He chose to market his product in 1837 and name it Amer Africain then developed a Picon range, from Picon Gentianne (Gentian Picon) to Picon à l'orange (Orange Picon). Presumably from the 1970s and in a very good state of conservation, this is a beautiful collection bottle which will delight Picon lovers and nostalgic fans of old Bistrots.