- Intensely sweet, tiny wild strawberries from France. Fragaria vesca, commonly called wild strawberries or woodland strawberry, is a plant that grows naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere.Other names for this species include Alpine Strawberry, Fraises des Bois, Wild Strawberry, and European Strawberry. The type in cultivation is usually everbearing and produces few runners. Wood Strawberry possesses a quite particular perfume and delicacy of flavor. It yields 2,500 seeds to the gram.
- A colorless, strawberry-flavored Eau de vie. An eau de vie (plural, eaux de vie — also spelled eau-de-vie and eaux-de-vie) is a clear, colorless fruit brandy that is produced by means of fermentation and double distillation. The fruit flavor is typically very light. More precisely, eau de vie refers to a distilled beverage made from fruit other than grapes. Similar terms may be local translations or may specify the fruit used to produce it. Although eau de vie is a French term, similar beverages are produced in other countries (e.g., German Schnaps, Balkan rakia, Romanian tuica, Czech and Slovak slivovitz, Hungarian palinka, Sri Lankan coconut arrack, and Georgian chacha).
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