Popular in the 17th Century, these large, fragrant fruits are related to pears. We use them to make this luscious liqueur which is delicious as an aperitif or as an original British alternative to a dessert wine. Its soft "honey" nose with balanced acidity and sweetness makes it a great accompaniment to strong well-made cheeses.
Serving Suggestion: Cheese Board
All our liqueurs can be drunk with cheese as an alternative to Port. We'd like to hear your ideas for brilliant cheese and liqueur partnerships, in the meantime our favourite combinations are:
Quince Liqueur and Cheddar
Sloe Gin and Stilton