Crème de Châtaigne is a French distinctive, sweet apéritif made from sweet chestnuts. Crème de Châtaigne is usually drunk with white wine as a novel alternative to Kir de Cassis. Crème de Châtaigne is one of the sweet chestnut products from the Lot Valley where sweet chestnuts are abundant.

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