Giffard Pacifico Triple Sec 25% 70cl
Emile Giffard was a pharmacy owner in the town of Anjou, France, when during a heatwave in the summer of 1885 the owner of the neighbouring Grand Hotel approached, looking for some kind of solution to relieve his guests from the oppressive heat. Emile had been experiementing with mint with regards to digestion and refreshing the body, and had discovered a species of mint with exceptional flavour.
When distilled with steam the clear essential oils of the mint were released, enabling Emile to create a clear, refreshing liqueur. 'Menthe-Pastilles' was a popular brand of mint sweets at the time, so he named the liqueur the same. The drink proved so popular that he converted the pharmacy into a distillery that very year.
Maison Giffard remains family owned, and is in the fourth generation of leadership - as well continuing to produce Menthe-Pastille the Giffard family now macerate and distil a vast array of fruits, herbs and spices to create high quality liqueurs and sirops.
As opposed to Curacao, which is more often made using dried orange peels macerated in brandy, Cognac or sugar-cane spirit before redistilling, Triple Sec more frequently uses column-still distillation with a clear neutral grain spirit, resulting in a slighter lighter flavour profile. Although to be honest, Curacao and Triple Sec nowadays are almost interchangable.
The 'Pacifico' Triple Sec was specially created by Giffard for the Mexican restaurant Cafe Pacifico, located in Covent Garden, as a house pour for their Margaritas. The orange element is slightly fresher and cleaner than one might expect, meaning it cuts through other ingredients to offer more fruit flavour.
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