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Framboisines and Griottines from Keylink

25 September 2009 by
Framboisines and Griottines from Keylink

An exclusive deal with French producer Grandes Distilleries Peureux has made Keylink the sole UK distributor of its premium line of gourmet, booze-infused fruits.

Framboisines are whole raspberries steeped in liqueur and raspberry brandy for decorating desserts and petit fours.

Griottines are a special type of Morello cherry (Oblachinska) found only in the Balkans that are macerated in liqueur within six hours of picking then sorted, graded, de-stoned and steeped in various liqueurs ending with Kirsch (for the classic form), Cointreau or white wine vinegar.

The cherries can be used with desserts, waffles, cakes, chocolate centres and petit fours, as well as smoked fish, ham, walnuts, apple and Roquefort, duck, melon, and cocktails.

The Kirsch and Cointreau versions are available to chefs and chocolatiers in one, three and 20-litre pails, along with a DŽcor version that includes stalks and a 25% (compared with 15%) Kirsch volume. The professional range also includes chopped and halved options.

To buy it, callKeylink
0114 245 5400

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