Green walnut liquor suprême Maison Denoix presumed 1970s View larger
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Green walnut liquor suprême Maison Denoix presumed 1970s


Ancient bottle, renowned distillery

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Vintage (year) nm
Color Amber
Capacity (cl) 70
Degree of alcohol (% vol) 30
Level Top shoulder
State label Slightly worn down
Capsule state Very slightly oxidized
Designation Liquor
Castle / Estate / House Liqueur de noix

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Founded in 1839 in Brive La Gaillarde, Corrèze, Maison Denois produces a wide range of liquors and aperitifs, famous for their olfactory and gustatory qualities. Among the distillery's key products with « Quinquinoix » and « Moutarde Violette de Brive », the « Suprême de Noix » is produced from green walnuts, aged in oak barrels for 5 years, Armagnac and sugar syrup, all wood baked, creating a liquor highly sought-after by spirits lovers. Ancient liquor, presumably from the 1970s, the green walnut « Suprême » liquor from Maison Denois is a rare bottle for lovers of collection liquors.