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The lady who served us explained the history and large variety of Pastis in faultless English. Of course we bought a couple of bottles of one of my favourite tipples! We were'nt able to stay longer unfortunately, as we missed the tastings. How many varieties...More
I passed by this shop as I’ve seen pastis on the liquor / apperitif menu but have never tried it.
After almost 3 wks of being in Provence I decided it’s time I checked it out. This store was more of a specialty store than...More
With a assorted types of beverages, its a nice place to get the typical Marseille Pastis, a strong drink made with anis and it must be dissolved in water because the alcohoolic level is very high. I have tried and I liked. Its not very...More
I stumbled upon this place while roaming along the port quay. It is a small storefront with just about everything under the son for the pastis and/or absinthe lovers, including pitcher and glass sets. Even if you don't drink pastis, it is worth a visit....More
This tiny corridor like shop can sort you out all of you pastis and absinthe needs. You wil find all the brands you have heard of and lots more, all sorts of pastis flavoured goods available too. The real find is the stainless steel dispensing...More
You might make the mistake of seeing this shop as a tourist trap given its location on Quai de Port. You couldn't be more wrong. It houses well known brands of pastis such a Ricard and 51 but much better to taste the artisan house...More