Ambassadors of exclusivity
With subtle, finely nuanced touches, Gervin Premium reveals itself in exclusive bottles, with aromas and flavours that will win over the most discerning of noses and the finest of palates. The perfect expression of Gervin’s skill and savoir-faire for two generations, our range of Premium alcohols are real works of art in liquid form.
Proof that a quality recipe can transcend time and still give taste buds a treat today.
The first spirit distilled by Germain Stiévenart, the distillery’s founder in 1976, the Amer Gervin carries its bitterness cleverly, so it is never too much for sensitive palates.
Its smooth finesse stand out thanks to hints of quinine and orange and its stimulating tonic effect. A typical Franco-Belgian aperitif, to be (re)discovered with a new perspective every time…
La Patinette* is ready to compete in the most prestigious competitions!
Get your spices into formation on the boules court, “the winning combination of star anise and aniseed”, take aim and throw, and you’re bound to win the aperitif round. A team of 24 herbs and spices, the Patinette is a pastis that overcomes its adversaries with its unique sweetness and distinguished flavour. On its own with ice cubes, or enhanced with cold water, as well as in a cocktail, it should be enjoyed with friends, or to accompany some exquisite food. This refreshing drink brings together a complex mix of flavours to achieve the ultimate goal: a diamond distilled like Belgian beer.
* to be pronounced in a strong Southern French accent
Invite juniper berries, a dozen spices and aromatics to the party and give them time to get to know each other in the unique atmosphere of a distillation of Belgian pale ale… Come and savour the most charismatic of gins, the result of a huge amount of passion, and a certain amount of savoir-faire.
Neat or combined with a quality tonic, the Charismatic Gin promises endless flavours, the sweetness and bitterness of orange and lemon peel, the freshness of coriander and ginger…
The experts who quietly leant over its cradle were not wrong: powerful and well-rounded, this is a gin that can speak for itself, thanks to its delicate, unique soul.
Yuzu, that exclusive citrus fruit that has survived through the ages and is steeped in the exoticism of Tibet and Japan, offers this liqueur – and more importantly the curious minds who come and taste it – a harmonious blend of fruity aromas.
Because balancing with the characteristic sweetness of this liqueur, Yuzu, the most sophisticated of citrus fruits, brings to life its notes of mandarin, lime and even grapefruit. A welcome hint of freshness, without any overpowering bitterness or acidity.
Thanks to its sensible alcohol content, the BCBG is particularly popular with the female of the species. A great dining companion, it will go very well with your culinary creations: Michelin-starred chefs have already spotted this, and are combining it with their recipes…
A sweet and subtle after-dinner liqueur, its hints of Cognac and orange take it in turns to stimulate your nose and your palate.
Fruity and fragranced, Cognorange has an alcohol content of 40% but is a particularly civilised choice. The power of Cognac is in fact perfectly balanced by full-bodied orange, with a sweet aftertaste.
Served neat as an after-dinner liqueur, Cognorange also goes perfectly with the bitterness of an Irish coffee, or a hot chocolate. It will also be a welcome addition to your culinary creations and desserts (flambés, sorbets etc.).
The best of both worlds. Fans of both dry and sweet spirits will be won over by this well-balanced after-dinner liqueur made with Cognac and pear. After the initial hit, Poiregnac Black Label takes its time to reveal its true character.
Oak-aged Cognac contributes woody notes, and the sweet vanilla and almond flavours balance the strength of the alcohol perfectly.
Sweet, delicate pear comes through at the end.
The delightful bouquet released by Poiregnac will be the perfect accompaniment to your sweet (cremes, sorbets etc.) as well as savoury (pan-fried foie-gras, meat etc.) dishes.
More fragrant and sweeter than its cousin, Black Label, Poiregnac Red Label give the pear – two different varieties in this case – more space to shine both in the preparation… and in the mouth.
Sweeter and more flavoursome, it is perfect at room temperature or on ice, as well as in some of your more inventive recipes.