Liquor of mirabelle plum
The liquor of mirabelle plum is an alcoholic drink containing Mirabelle. It is obtained after Macération core X of mirabelle plum and sugar in the colorless Eau-de-vie. This drink has approximately 25° alcohol.
It is in particular used to make Lorraine Kir, by adding it with a dry white, ideally a wine of the Moselle.
One should not confuse this liquor with brandy of mirabelle plum which is obtained while making ferment fruits then by distilling the result. This drink usually makes approximately 45° alcohol and it profits from a regulated name. It is a recent speciality, end of the 19th century, since before an edict prohibited the distillation of the stone-fruits to protect the vine growers from competition.
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