Several varieties of raspberry are used to make Mathilde Framboise. Some are from Scotland, well-known for its berry fruit like Glen Prosen, Glen Moy and Glen Clova which illustrate the country's wealth of fruit. Rose de Plombières, grown in the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne, gives the liqueur delicacy, while Violette de Bouze completes the rich and complex bouquet.
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Two types of peach - vine peach and white peach - are used to make Mathilde Pêche.
Vine peaches are small, with richly flavored bright red flesh. A variety highly sensitive to diseases of the vine, winegrowers around Lyon and in Charente would plant this peach in their vineyards to warn them of the appearance of mold. Vine peaches are very juicy despite their small size, with an intense and seductive flavor. White peaches are fleshy and juicy, with a pleasant scent and a lovely soft mouthfeel.
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