70cl, 40% ABV
When in 1942 the “Appellation Calvados Pays d'Auge” was created, its regulations imposed no minimum aging. In those days, most Calvados was consumed uncoloured. This extremely perfumed and elegant eau-de-vie was called "La Blanche". Step by step, over the years a minimum of two year ageing in oak casks was required to label the spirit “Calvados AOC”.
Today Christian Drouin has recreated this traditional spirit, which is double-distilled in a copper still and produced from over thirty varieties of cider apples.