Gabriel Boudier Créme De Cassis


Blackcurrant liqueur from the infamous House of Gabriel Boudier.

Alcohol 20.0% vol.

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Since its founding in 1874, Gabriel Boudier has invented and diversified into a range of exceptional products. For their range of creams and fruit liqueurs, Gabriel Boudier adheres to strict criteria, such as the choice of noble fruit varieties and the specific requirements of the inspection laboratory. The Créme de Cassis is no exception, with its intensely concentrated blackcurrant profile.

Appearance: Ribena.
Nose: Intensely concentrated blackcurrant notes.
Taste: Blackcurrant tartness balanced with sugary sweetness.
Finish: long and sticky.
Overall: Rich and punchy blackcurrant liqueur.


A must-have for any cocktail bar, whether you want to make a classic Kir Royal or a more contemporary creation.

If the person you’re buying for is a fan of the Gabriel Boudier Créme De Cassis, you could also try Lejay Lagoute Original Créme de Cassis de Dijon.


House of Gabriel Boudier.

In 1909, Gabriel Boudier took over the house of Fontbonne, founded in 1874 and renamed it with his own name. He established the business at Boulevard de Strasbourg in Dijon where it continued to develop until his death in 1918. In 1936, his widow sold the house to Marcel Battault, who decided not to change the trading name because of its high-quality reputation; and he, in turn, handed the business to his nephew Pierre Battault. Thus two families in succession have built the reputation for quality at the House of Gabriel Boudier while insisting on the motto “Quality without compromise”. In 1969, the company moved to Rue de Cluj in Dijon to allow for expansion and development where it remains today, still family owned.

Blackcurrant liqueur from the infamous House of Gabriel Boudier.

Made by macerating blackcurrants in neutral beet spirit.