Our history

Flavors from here and elsewhere ...

French Booze Project is a distillery with a resolutely modern spirit and open to the world. It was after years of traveling across the globe, from the peaks of the Andes to the beaches of the Philippines, that the idea of reconciling the flavors, cultures and ideals that make our world wonderful was born.

It is through a rigorous selection of botanicals whose charm resides in an astonishing complexity of a taste that is both familiar and original, like the sweet memory of a forgotten secret, that we develop spirits that will transport you to new horizons. .

"Happiness is not a destination to be reached, but a way of traveling."

Flavors from here and elsewhere ...

French Booze Project is a distillery with a resolutely modern spirit and open to the world. It was after years of traveling across the globe, from the peaks of the Andes to the beaches of the Philippines, that the idea of reconciling the flavors, cultures and ideals that make our world wonderful was born.

It is through a rigorous selection of botanicals whose charm resides in an astonishing complexity of a taste that is both familiar and original, like the sweet memory of a forgotten secret, that we develop spirits that will transport you to new horizons. .

"Happiness is not a destination to be reached, but a way of traveling."

French Booze Project is also a distillery with a strong anchor, linked to its territory and its history. It is found in particular in the gin "Bleu de Limoges" which clearly asserts itself as a product as much from the region as from the world. It is in the Melanesian myth of the tree and the pirogue that we can find the essence of this state of mind that drives the most passionate of us:

"Every man is torn between two needs. The need for the Pirogue, that is to say for travel, for wrenching oneself, and the need for the Tree, that is to say for rooting, identity.

Men constantly wander between these two needs, yielding sometimes to one, sometimes to the other until the day they understand that it is with the Tree that the Pirogue is made. "