Pastis Henri Bardouin (700ml)

  • Spirit Type

    Liqueur Learn More

  • Spirit Category

    Herbal Liqueur

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  • Tasting Notes


  • How to Drink

    On the rocks

  • Glassware

    Double Rocks Glass

  • ABV


The location of the Lure mountain, between the Alps and the Mediterranean, boasts a unique climate and a diverse variety of plants and flowers used for generations in tinctures and medicines. Distillerie de Lure, founded in 1898 at Forcalquier, has had a succession of owners over the years, among them Henri Bardouin, a passionate man with a keen interest in medicinal plants and herbs. In 1974 Alain Robert and his small team took the helm of the company now known as Distilleries et Domaines de Provence along with many recipes dating back to the founding of the distillery and the studious work of Henri Bardouin. 

Tasting Notes

The extremely refreshing peppery liquorice character of Henri Bardouin Pastis is excellent sipped over ice or in a highball glass full of crushed ice with water (sparkling or still) and a citrus garnish.

Or if you feel like channelling your inner Hemingway, try adding an ounce and a half to some sparkling wine for a modern spin on the Death in the Afternoon Cocktail (aptly named as they go down far too easily on a hot day).


By using traditional inherited recipes for hand-picked medicinal plants harvested from the Lure Mountain as well as dozens of others that became available from around the globe, Pastis Henri Bardouin is the culmination of over 65 different botanicals. Each botanical requires a different temperature, maceration time, and alcoholic strength and so much be extracted individually before being carefully blended back together and bottled at 45% alcohol by volume.

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  1. (verified owner)


    This is a lighter Pastis (as compared to Ricard Pastis) and very good. Suggest mixing with some Orange Bubly soda water if you are a fan of a liquorice and orange combo. Mixed with soda is always great.

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