The Refreshing Taste of Pamplemousse Liqueur!

Pamplemousse is a unique and flavorful spirit, made from the of Ruby red grapefruits. With its intense aroma and zesty notes, this liqueur is sure to create an unforgettable experience.

Giffard Crème de Pamplemousse Rose liqueur has a concentrated grapefruit flavor, with a gentle bitterness from the pith and penty of citrus sweetness from the fruit. It's bottled at 16% ABV and has a cloudy, pale yellow colour with a sour, palate. The flavor profile consists of an intense aroma with typical grapefruit juice tones that are slightly zesty and floral. On tasting, you'll find a good balance between sweetness, bitterness and acidity along with an underlying note of zestiness that lingers on the tongue.

This delicious liqueur can be enjoyed on its own as an aperitif or mixed into for a fruity boost. Try pairing it with dry white wines, wines or wines for an extra special experience. Or why not try making your own pamplemousse cocktail by mixing it with , lime juice and sugar syrup?

So if you're looking for something special to spice up your drinks repertoire, then look no further than Giffard Crème de Pamplemousse Rose liqueur! With its unique flavor profile and complex aromas, it's sure to add something extra special to your next gathering or evening in.

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What is the Taste of Pamplemousse Liqueur?

Pamplemousse Liqueur has a bright, intense aroma of grapefruit juice that is slightly zesty and floral. On the palate, it has a very aromatic taste with a good balance between bitterness, acidity and fruitiness. There are also notes of citrus zest at the end. It is bottled at 16% ABV.

When enjoyed as an aperitif, Pamplemousse Liqueur pairs well with dry white, rosé or sparkling wines. Alternatively, it can be used to add a fruity boost to any number of cocktails.

The Sweetness of Pamplemousse Liqueur

Giffard Crème de Pamplemousse Rose liqueur is definitely sweet, with a strong grapefruit flavor that is balanced out by plenty of citrus sweetness. It also has a gentle bitterness from the pith, which adds complexity to the flavor. All in all, this liqueur has a pleasant sweetness that can be enjoyed on its own or as part of a cocktail.

Is a Pamplemousse a Type of Grapefruit?

Yes, a pamplemousse is the French word for grapefruit. The grapefruit is a large citrus fruit that belongs to the same family as lemons and oranges. It was first introduced to Europe by Dutch traders in the 1700s, who named it ‘pampelmoes' which translates to ‘big lemon'. The word derives from the Tamil term ‘pamparamāsu', meaning ‘bitter orange'.

The Origin of the Name ‘Pamplemousse'

Pamplemousse is the French word for grapefruit, derived from the Dutch word ‘pompelmoes', which in turn is made up of two words: ‘pompel' (meaning ‘fat' or ‘swollen') and ‘limoes' (the Dutch word for lemon). The combination of these two words creates an apt description of the shape and size of a grapefruit, which is larger than a lemon and often has a swollen appearance.


In conclusion, Giffard Crème de Pamplemousse Rose liqueur is a unique and delightful drink that is sure to please anone who enjoys a fruity and aromatic flavor. This liqueur has a distinct grapefruit flavor that comes from the Dutch pampelmoes, or bitter orange, which gives it its slightly bitter notes. It has an intense aroma of grapefruit juice, with slight citrus and floral notes. The taste is well balanced between bitterness, acidity and fruitiness with a zesty finish. Enjoy this liqueur as an aperitif or as an addition to any number of cocktails for an extra fruity boost! Bottled at 16% abv, Giffard Crème de Pamplemousse Rose liqueur is sure to bring joy to any occasion.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.