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coffee digestif


Made since 1812 in the Distillerie Vrignaud in Luçon, Kamok was one of the very first coffee liqueurs, made with a variety of arabica beans and aged for three years in the barrel.

Vrignaud also make Troussepinete and a range of other drinks, including the Liqueur des Chouans, named after the famous anti-Revolution Royalists from the area, made with bitter orange zest, eau-de-vie and Cognac.


Pays de la Loire

Text © Dana Facaros

Image by Richelieu