Kamok refers to an alcoholic liqueur made from roasted Arabica coffee beans. It is one of the local specialties of Vendee, a department  located in the Pays-de-la-Loire region in west-central France, on the Atlantic Ocean. Likewise, Kamok is a coffee liqueur made in the Vendée at Luçon for almost 200 years. 


Wine has been produced in the southern Vendée since Roman times, a wine-making tradition dating back to the Middle Ages. Vendee has several  wine-growing areas, namely:  Brem, Mareuil, Pissotte, Vix and Chantonnay which  produce excellent reds, whites and rosés, marketed under the "Fiefs Vendéens" label. On February 2011, they received the national AOC label. 


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