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Evangeline's Praline Pecan Liqueur
Dating back to the 18th century, pralines have been synonymous with the French Quarter, and their taste is uniquely linked to New Orleans. This sweet tradition was introduced to Louisiana by way of French settlers who sold these rich candies throughout the French Quarter, and competed for the title of best praline in the city. During the 19th century, New Orleans chefs adapted the recipe slightly to include pecans, native to the region, and gave the candy a taste unique to New Orleans.
Tasting Notes: This praline pecan liqueur is smooth, rich, and mixable.