Paul Ricard invented the "long drink" long before this method was adopted for other spirits. If Ricard is a light drink, it's simply because it can be cut with water to taste, always with a minimum of 5 parts water to 2 parts Ricard.
To mark the launch of the Ricard tapas glass designed by Sébastien Cordoleani and Franck Fontana, young chef Gontran Cherrier, known for his enthusiasm and originality, has designed some exclusive and unusual tapas recipes to accompany the famous Ricard ritual. "They walk the line between sweet and savory and just need Ricard to totally bring out their best."
Peppper, tomato, anchovy and arugula crostini
Mauro Colagreco, Mirazur Restaurant, Menton, France
A real Ricard with a real crunch
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