Discover the delicious combination of traditional Tahitian rum and organic wild orange liqueur with an ounce of cane sugar. This exotic union gives birth to a sweet nectar. The Moux distillery, won a silver medal at the International Agricultural Show in 2018.
The fruity and fresh balance of Pineapple Dry White
The color is reminiscent of live pineapple with its green reflections, the nose is marked by the dominance of Queen Tahiti, tinged with woody notes brought by aging in barrels. The attack on the palate is fresh and fruity. A beautiful balance emerges during the tasting to end with a long and generous finish as it recalls the exceptional aromatic quality of the Queen Tahiti pineapple.
It sublimates raw fish as well as a lemony fish fillet on the grill or a Mahi-Mahi with vanilla sauce. It reveals dessertstangy, fruit tarts and sorbets. He should finally turn the Pavlova pastry into a royal dessert!
Pineapple Rum, like Vanilla Rum and like Tiare Rum comes from a fermentation of molasses (2nd juice of sugar cane at low temperature), a double distillation and maceration in oak barrels, which gives it originality and power in mouth. Tahitian Vanilla offers this range of rum unique and 100% Polynesian flavors.
Originating from a traditional vinification method, Brut Pineapple Wine has required specific adaptations and adjustments to obtain a finished product that restores all the aromatic richness of the pineapple, sublimated by subtle notes of lemon and vanilla. Its fresh and delicate nose, its golden dress and the fineness of its bubbles will seduce you before you are transported by its clean and fruity mouth.
Discover the energizing Manutea Pineapple Liqueur!
The abundance of the Polynesian earth, in your cocktails!
Our Manutea's range of liquor has been secretly developed in the valleys of Moorea, the sister island of Tahiti. Producted from tropical fruits and distilled in the pure approach of quality. The fame of Manutea is both related to the quality of its products, but also to its place in the agricultural economy of Polynesia.