Born in 1811, during Napoleon’s reign, the Distilleries Lemercier is one of the oldest family distilleries in France. Its history is closely linked to political events and the laws imposed on spirits.
In this era, although Absinthe made many distilleries wealthy, it was accused of making people go mad and was the subject of heated debates, leading to it finally being banned in 1915… But a simple modification of the recipe allowed Pastis to come into being, and this is how the Distilleries Lemercier’s Pastis was marketed!
Pastis 1811 is a traditional liquor obtained by maceration and distillation for a minimum of nine months in tanks in the storage cellar.
Nose: sweet liquorice notes, harmony of scents, no harshness.
Palate: in three stages – aniseed note, herbal note, liquorice note, a very harmonious sensation for the palate, both elegant and subtle.
Serve 1 part Pastis 1811 (2cl) per 5-7 parts water + 2 ice cubes.
Country of Origin:
Rua Quinta dos Álamos n.º 3, 2625-577 Vialonga, PORTUGAL
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