The flowers are collected manually and, after an accurate selection, are brought to the distillery for the maceration and subsequent distillation, a method which remains, still today, a precious family secret.Because of this, St. Germain preserves all the aromas of elderberry that meet in a liquor-balanced and rounded, softly fruity, the scent extraordinary.
Unique also is the bottle: elegant, iconic, art deco. The elegant ribbed glass and soft facets and assign them a timeless charm. On each label is indicated the year of harvest of elder flowers: detail of craftsmanship that is absolutely unique in the traditional category of liqueurs.
Versatility is the distinctive character of St. Germain, making it a product of religion among the professional bartenders who bring him near to the distilled variety to give life to the cocktails fresh and rich with fascinating shades.
The liqueur St. Germain was introduced to the market in 2007 by Rob Cooper, who has wanted to develop a product that can be a key ingredient in the vast universe of mixology.