Giffard Unveils New Premium Coffee Liqueur – Café Du Honduras 


Brand new for the on trade, and promising to elevate all coffee-based cocktails, Giffard has unveiled a new premium liqueur crafted from a maceration of a pure origin Honduras Arabica coffee. 

Available now, Café Du Honduras is the latest innovation from longstanding liqueur specialist, Maison Giffard and is set to take the popular coffee-based cocktail trend to the next level. 

Honduras Lenca coffee, an organic and fair-trade pure-origin Arabica harvested in the mountainous regions of Honduras, has been selected by Giffard for its quality and depth of flavour. Composed of a blend of several varieties (catuai, caturra, tipica, bourbon), the coffee is “washed” and not dried, revealing great intensity, freshness, and aromatic finesse. It is then custom roasted in France by Café Bonnac, an artisan roaster with over a century of traditional know-how. 

The premium liqueur is then crafted using a cold brew technique to create a dark, amber-brown liqueur, with aromas of freshly roasted coffee beans and notes of vanilla, cocoa, and caramel.  

Alex Robin, UK, Northern Europe and Baltics brand ambassador for Giffard, says: “The quality of ingredients and craftmanship that has gone into the creation of Café Du Honduras mean that it is a truly elevated coffee liqueur. The lower amount of sugar compared to any other brand on the market is also a great asset. 

“Thanks to its intense roasted coffee and cacao notes and long finish it is set to provide the on-trade with an unrivalled secret ingredient for Espresso Martinis or for adding new twists to the classics. 

“All of our liqueurs are created with bartenders in mind and the bold flavours and commitment to quality with this latest launch further underline our commitment to providing the sector with the very best flavours and ingredients.” 

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