Backed by Rick Ross, the liquor brand Villon just came in France. Before to drink it, the Villon experience begins with the bottle.
Their stunning black glass bottle is made from high-end, heavyweight glass with silver and white décor.
The Villon bottle
A tarnished silver “snake and dagger” medallion is the centerpiece of the bottle. An eye-catching, heavyweight embossed stopper and gorgeous embossed details on the rear and bottom of the bottle complete a luxurious package that stands apart from any other liquor in your collection.
In the brand opinion, Villon is best enjoyed neat or with a single large ice cube, but is equally well-suited to countless cocktails. Visit their Cocktails page to learn more.
Villon and the french revolution
Their namesake is the legendary poet and iconoclast François Villon (born in 1431), who penned some of France’s most enduring works before disappearing in the late 15th century.
The poet’s enigmatic views and tumultuous lifestyle are still evocative and modern, centuries after his death, date and place unknown. Like their namesake, the brand is rebel.
The blend by Villon
Crafted in the heart of beautiful southwestern France, Villon represents a revolution of France’s oldest and most renowned spirits.
Villon is distilled and blended according to a unique, closely-guarded family recipe. It’s smooth, balanced and complex, with luxurious aromas of vanilla, spice, and toasted oak.
Your cocktails’s creation with Villon liquor
Villon is the perfect ingredient of a classic cocktail like the Sidecar, Manhattan, or Old Fashioned. Try the Villon 75, their take on the timeless French 75, one of their favorite ways to enjoy Villon.
Our opinion about the Villon liquor
We experience the Villon bottle and we recommand this luxurious drink to all people who are looking for enigmatic smooth and complex liquor.
Important : Villon Liqueur had Alcool 40% by Vol. Please Drink Responsibly.