Mangrove gives debut to Pampelle red grapefruit aperitif

16 January, 2018

A bottled aperitif made with organic Corsican red grapefruit is being launched in the UK by Mangrove.

Pampelle is intended for drinking in a range of cocktails, including a Spritz or a French twist on a Negroni.

The drink is made in Cognac with a grape eau de vie and includes citrus peel, yuzu, cedrat and bitter organic bigarade among a number of botanicals.

The UK will be the first market in which Pampelle is launched.

Mangove managing director Nick Gillett said: “Pampelle is a fantastic addition to Mangrove’s liqueur portfolio.

“The distinctive packaging is inviting, and the clarity of flavour is testament to the craftsmanship.

“It makes the perfect base for cocktails and we anticipate it becoming the go-to drink this summer.”

Pampelle is 15% abv and a 70cl bottle will have an rrp of £20.

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