With its pink grapefruit colour, Blanche de Bruxelles Rosée is striking for its slightly acidic, delicately sweet taste. An intense nose with red and white fruits (strawberry and cherry; banana and peach) is accompanied by fresh citrus notes (grapefruit) and green apple. Aromas of Cuberdon – a traditional Belgian candy – and bitter almond, with vanilla overtones, will excite the most sophisticated taste buds. Light and airy on the palate. Delicately sweet with a touch of acidity for an intense refreshing sensation, Blanche de Bruxelles Rosée will come as a surprise to many.
The origin of the Lefebvre brewery goes back to 1876 with Jules Lefebvre. He supplied beverages to the pubs around the big stone extraction of Quenast. In 1921, Auguste Lefebvre, Jules‘ son, moves the brewery to a neighboring hill in order to avoid the annual floods of the Senne. In the following years, Gaston Lefebvre, the third generation, modernized the brewery by starting the bottling of beer.