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Combier Roi Rení Rouge Cherry Liqueur

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Combier began as an elixir developed by Jean-Baptiste Combier, who lends his name to the orange flavored product. In the original version, an alcohol base is distilled to almost pure (96%) alcohol and then immerse in a maceration of oranges for the flavoring. It is then blended with cane sugar and reduced with water.

Roi Rene Rouge cherry liqueur is said to be a recipe invented by the Reverend Mother Gautron of the Benedictine Abbey of Saumur in France of 1632.

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