St-Germain Liqueur


A French liqueur made from handpicked elderflower blossoms. It is 20%% alcohol per volume (40 proof). Great for mixing with white wine or distilled liquors.


Other names: St. Germain
Translations: St-Germain Liķieris, St-Germain Likeris, St-Germain Lichioruri, St-Germain Liker, Likier St-Germain, St-Germain Likeur, St-Germain लिकर, Licor de St-Germain, Сен-Жермен Ликеры, St-Germain Λικέρ, سان جيرمان المشروب الكحولي, 세인트 - 제르맹의 리큐르, St-Germain Likéry, St-Germain Likeur, St-Germain likor, 圣热尔曼露酒, St-Germain de licor, St-Germain Liker, St-Germain Likéry, St-Germain Liquore, סנט ז 'רמן ליקר, Сент Жермен Ликер, サンジェルマンのリキュール, Liqueur St-Germain, St-Germain Likör, St-Germain likør, St-Germain de licor, Сен-Жермен Лікери, St Germain Liqueur, St-Germain Ликьорни

Physical Description

Elderflowers, from which it is made, are white and delicate.

Tasting Notes

Flavors: sweet, sour
Mouthfeel: Delicate
Food complements: French cuisine
Wine complements: Champagne, White wine
Beverage complements: Distilled spirits
Substitutes: Grand marnier

Selecting and Buying

Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Choosing: Choose a bottle that is not damaged.
Buying: Only one company makes true St-Germain Liqueur, and their products can be bought at many liqueur stores and ordered on line.
Procuring: The elderflower is picked and married with eau-de-vie or grape spirit, then blended with cane sugar.

Preparation and Use

Use to mix in cocktails.

Conserving and Storing

It is all-natural and should be consumed within six months of opening the bottle. Tightly seal the bottle after each use.


Made in France.

History: St-Germain is the first liqueur in the world created in the artisan French manner from freshly handpicked elderflower blossoms and was released in 2007.

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