With a refined, elegant sparkle, it’s light in the glass, and only very slightly cloudy despite having undergone a second fermentation in the bottle and containing some settled yeast. It looks great in the glass: consistent and with an attractive white head.
The bouquet is a medley of citrus fruits, with orange peel and pulp standing out especially. Also present are aromas of cereals, especially wheat, and of white flowers, giving this beer a wonderful freshness on the nose.
The mouthfeel is light and pleasant, the aftertaste is robust, with a fruity retronasal. The finish leaves you with a hint of bitterness that reveals the quality of our selected hops.
Ideal as an aperitif, as its freshness and lightness leave you wanting more. This same freshness makes d’Ivori a great pairing for oily fish, but it’s also the perfect accompaniment to shellfish. It also goes well with oily sauces and semi-mature cheeses.
Water, malted barley, wheat, hops, orange peel, coriander and yeasts.