The blackberry bush is a shrub belonging to the same family as the raspberry. Known by the Ancient Greeks and the Romans, the blackberry was not widely used in Europe until the 19th century. Picked when they are ripe, the fruit is black, fleshy, shiny, very juicy and a little sharp.
These characteristics are maintained by Crème de Mûre Briottet which can be successfully served with white wines, crémants and champagnes. “Doubtless the finest blackberry liqueur I’ve had, period.” F. Paul Pacult 5 stars* Spirit Journal 96-100 points* Classic Wine Enthusiast.