The name FLUÈRE is the Latin world for ‘flow / flowing’ – this links directly to the distilled liquid and the design of the bottle that flows like a river. Indirectly – and more subtly – flow refers to the state of mind you want to be in at any social event.
Within the dynamic world of new drinks categories is FLUÈRE, a ‘spirito non alcolico’. A piece of art made with the same distilling techniques used by perfume houses to create their high-end scents. FLUÈRE bursts with botanicals that issue a complex yet balanced taste and ensure a unique after-bite that normally only alcoholic drinks have. FLUÈRE is a luxurious drink for everyone who wants to live a more mindful life, and at the same time refuses to compromise on anything. With Fluère mocktails, low-alcoholic cocktails and non-alcoholic long drinks, these ‘experience maximisers’ make a bright and adventurous choice.
FLUÈRE finds its origins well before the beginning of the era. At that time the Roman Empire stretched from Scotland to Iran and from Germany to Egypt. To keep the legions fit to travel and fight, the Romans experimented with herbs, spices and botanicals from all these distant countries. For their fitness, the Romans relied on the disinfecting effects of lavender. The juniper kept out evil spirits but was also believed to be positive for kidneys and bladder. Coriander had a positive effect on the intestines. In FLUÈRE you will find all these special botanicals.
Seeds from the exotic Casablanca coriander, the best juniper berries from the high peaks of the Himalaya, exquisite lavender from Provence and Mediterranean lemon peel. Only the finest botanicals are used for FLUÈRE. To get the best out of every branch, leaf and berry, all botanicals are individually distilled in a copper post still using so called hydrosteam distillation. The essential oils derived from the distilling process ensure the premium taste and unique after-bite of any drink made with FLUÈRE.
FLUÈRE can be used in a broad range of different long drinks, mocktails and low-alcohol cocktails. Because of its complex but balanced taste, it has the strength to be the base of sweet, bitter and sour drinks.