Ferries to France: France has great tipples04.02.2010
Travellers considering taking a ferry to france will be near to a fantastic range of alcoholic beverages, according to one newspaper, which said sticking to just one would be a missed opportunity.
The Times reported on the staggering array of tipples that can be found all over France and highly recommended cocktails, which can be found in the north in Normandy.
"It goes without saying that the French are rather adept at turning any fruit into an alcoholic beverage, and in Normandy the tipple of choice is the apple brandy called calvados," the newspaper reported.
Oranges are a fruit which the French have managed to use as the basis for a refreshing alcoholic beverage, according to the newspaper.
Rosé is another French tipple and is produced using grapes such as Syrah, Grenache and Carrignan from the Rhone valley, with Provence accounting for around half of all rosé produced in the world.
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