he heir to a wine house, our establishment was created in 1836. In the 1900s, faced with the growing popularity of the “blanc-cassis” aperitif, Edmond Briottet gradually abandoned the wine trade to focus on making Crème de Cassis. Since then, generations of Briottets have followed one another and the range of liqueurs has been expanded by around sixty liqueurs
Briottet Liqueur de Marasquin (Maraschino)
Maraschino is a liqueur which is made by distilling the stones of small bitter cherries called Marasca cherries.
This liqueur was created in Italy, which is where the name “Maraschino”, which is often used to refer to it, comes from.