- Recipe created in 1860
- Originally used in France as a relieving agent for common aches and pains
- 76 Proof
- Reduced from an initial ABV of 70% after distillation
- All natural
- Includes ingredients sourced from Africa, India, southeast Asia and France’s
historic Loire Valley
Jean-Baptiste Combier's acclaimed 19th century Elixir is comprised of an exotic blend of herbs, plants, and other spices from France's Loire Valley, Africa, India, and southeast Asia. Key ingredients such as aloe, nutmeg, myrrh, cardamom, cinnamon and saffron are combined to recreate this unique liqueur that has been unearthed from Combier’s 177-year-old archives, after having been discontinued for decades. This re-released original recipe comes to America in individually numbered bottles. Elixir Combier is best expressed on a quiet night in the company of good friends or as a modifier to your favorite cocktail.
Elixir Combier received a gold medal at the highly acclaimed Metz's International Eaux-de-Vie Competition.