Mead Britain, 13.5%, a agreement of several honeys are fermented in apple juice. The drink traditional of the celts, to be enjoyed as an aperitif or mellow.
17%, of a marriage between the smoothness of the cream and Lambig from Brittany. Eat fresh or on crushed ice, is wonderful on vanilla ice cream, a chocolate cake, a tarte tatin.
40%, woody, delicately spicy, a blend of eaux-de-vie de cidre de Bretagne, aged in oak barrels. Has enjoy as a digestif.
AOC, 17%, soft, to the delicious aromas of prunes, obtained by mutage in Lambig from fresh apple juice fermented, aged 5 to 6 years in oak barrels. It is best enjoyed at 10-12° as an aperitif or with foie gras, fish, scallops, sorbet, and green apple.
40%, round, oaky, fruity, nervous, water, cider of Britain aged 4 years in oak casks. Enjoy as a digestif.
AOC, 17%, marriage tasty between apple juice and water, cider from Brittany, aged in oak barrels for 24-36 months. Enjoy fresh (8-10°) as an aperitif, with foie gras, oysters, desserts, at the heart of a melon.
4%, a fine and soft freshness with slightly acid flavors, with merry notes of dog rose, white peach, citrus fruits. An authentic greed, stemming from a former variety of apple Guillevic, called "the champagne of our campaigns" to taste fresh in apéritif, with the desserts with fruits, chocolate cakes.
13,5%, hydromel of Brittany, a mixture of several honeys fermented in the apple juice. The traditional beverage of the Celtic, to taste freshly.