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.
17%, AOC, unique, fresh, very fruity with notes of candied fruits, prunes, baked apple, black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant), very nice long finish slightly spicy, aged 15 years in oak barrels. To be enjoyed in aperitif, with Foie gras, a Breton shortbread, fried strawberries.