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Sathenay Crème de Fleur de Sureau makes a lovely, light base for a classic Spritz. Pour 40ml of Sathenay Crème de Fleur de Sureau over ice in a Spritz glass, and add 60ml of Prosecco. Stir to combine, then top with 60ml of sparkling water. Garnish with a slice of lemon, and sip in the garden, listening to the birds.Back to shop
When you smell Sathenay Crème de Fleur de Sureau, you’ll experience a magnificent bouquet of floral and fruity aromas, with sweet, exotic notes and a hint of pepper.
When you taste Sathenay Crème de Fleur de Sureau, your palate will be met with a sweet, intense floral palate, with fresh fragrant notes twined into juicy lychee flavours.
The Domaine de Sathenay lies between Dijon and Beaune, in the heart of Burgundy. Beaune has long been known for the blackcurrant shrubs that grow there in abundance, and the modern-day crème de cassis first appeared in nearby Dijon in 1841. This beautiful, ancient region is renowned for its glorious wines. Green, peaceful, and packed with vineyards and medieval castles, Burgundy is an old fairytale brought to life.
Looking to play with flavours and come up with new cocktail ingredients, the makers of Sathenay launched their first limited-edition cream liqueur – this gorgeously aromatic elderflower crème. Tiny white elderflowers populate the French countryside in abundance in the springtime, and their fresh, fragrant aroma is deliciously intoxicating. Sathenay decided to bottle that aroma in cream liqueur form.
Sathenay uses more fresh ingredients per litre than most producers of crèmes, leading to liqueurs with deep, authentic flavour palates. The elderflowers present in Sathenay Crème de Fleur de Sureau are delicate, floral, and fresh, bringing a lightness and airiness to the sweet intensity of the crème alcoholic base.
In 2013, Laurent and Pierre created a small wine and spirit distribution company named Diva. Their goal was to build a selection of luxury wines and spirits that wouldn’t be available to the public otherwise. Located in Burgundy, their wine list expanded quickly, and they started searching for a range of artisanal cream liqueurs to complement it. They ended up taking over Sathenay themselves, to have freedom to choose their own recipes and ensure an impeccable level of craft quality.More on the Brand